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chevy no start


Created On Tuesday September 01, 2009 18:21 Diesel Talk
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lfmmechanial
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Hi All Im asking for help again , 2004 chevy one ton, 6.6 engine vin # 1, no start , will start with starting fluid and keep running. otc scanner shows fuel pressure ,reads rpm, showes inj timing (changes during crank)
regretably this truck has been driven by good old boys that have tried to fix it them self with out having a clue - They cant even spell ecm much less understand why it might be a problem.
as before I thank you for any and all advice , Larry
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