I've replaced the things stated in the video, and also the air filter and fuel filter. There is spark, and there is fuel getting to the injectors. I don't know where to turn to besides taking at apart to get at the timing chain and stuff to make sure the timing marks are lined up. That's my last resort if I have to go that far. Also, the check engine light stays on when the key is on, but there weren't any codes the last time I checked. Any help would be much appreciated. Thank you youtubers! Update!!! I just replaced the pick up assembly in the distributor.
1993 GM 3.1 No Start Case Study (Part 1)
For more help with no start diagnostics, I have material available on my
website at www.scannerdanner.com
This video was recorded during one of my morning "lectures" at Rosedale
Technical Institute in Pittsburgh PA. For more information about our school
go to www.rosedaletech.org
I would love to have you as part of my class in person!
Chevy 3.1 engine problem. Fuel pressure regulator
My moms 2000 Malibu started giving problems. Hard to start, loping and
dying at idle, loss of power, Smell of rotten eggs from the Exhaust, and the check engine light was on. I
located the problem. It was the Fuel regulator. This film is to tell of the
problems, and how to check and replace the regulator.
GM no start no fuel troubleshooting
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In this video i give an example of one way i go about trouble shooting a no
start issue when i have limited resources. on a 95 Chevy Tahoe
This isn't how I usually go about it however I wanted to give an example
of what you can do with just the basic tools and schematics to trouble
shoot a no start issue hope you enjoy
My 91 RS 3.1 Camaro New Exhaust
Performance upgrades so far:
Cold air intake
Bypass coolant lines to throttle body
Flowmaster 44 Series Muffler
160 degree thermostat
1994 Camaro Problems
I bought this Camaro a
little over a month ago and Ive put 1000 miles on it and ever since i
bought it the engine (3.4) has been making this noise. TIMING CHAIN WAS
Change a Fuel Pressure Regulator
This is a how to video on how to change a fuel pressure regulator on a 96
LT1 Corvette. This is a similar process for almost all cars. This will be
identical to all LT1s and LT4s.
This will take 30min max and you will need:
-small flat head screw driver
-5/16 ratchet or wrench (for battery terminal)
-various sized star torx wrenches
-spray the torx bolts with "liquid wrench" or some other nut remover to
make it easier to remove the bolts.
-start by disconnecting the negative battery terminal.
-relieve fuel pressure with a fuel pressure gauge or carefully push a screw
driver in the fuel pressure valve.
- Unscrew and remove the torx bolt that holds the fuel lines down. (the
fuel line that goes to the FPR should be loose now)
-Unscrew the torx bolt that holds down the fuel pressure regulator (it
screws into the fuel rail).
-Have a plastic container under the FPR so that excess fuel can fall into
it and not on your engine.
-Remove the fuel pressure regulator from the fuel rail
-Unclip the fuel line from the FPR and now it should be completely removed
-Add motor oil to the o-rings that are on the FPR
-Attach the new FPR to the fuel rail first
-Attach the FPR to the fuel line and reset the clip
- Screw down the fuel line torx bolt
-make sure you let the area air out so there are no fumes then attach the
negative battery terminal
-start the engine and check for leaks
You are done! a $300 Job done for $50
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How to Install Fuel Pump Module Assembly E3950M in a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am
99-00 Chevrolet Cavalier (2.2L & 2.4L L4)
98-99 Chevrolet Malibu (2.4L L4)
98-99 Chevrolet Malibu (3.1L V6)
98-99 Oldsmobile Alero (2.4L L4)
98-99 Oldsmobile Alero (3.4L V6)
98-99 Oldsmobile Cutlass (3.1L V6)
1999 Pontiac Grand Am (2.4L L4)
1999 Pontiac Grand Am (3.4L V6)
99-00 Pontiac Sunfire (2.2L & 2.4L L4):
This video is about how to install the fuel pump modular assembly E3950M in
a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am. Airtex is committed to providing the most
up-to-date, in-depth fuel pump replacement information that professional
technicians need to diagnose, repair and install today's complex fuel
delivery systems. Airtex is the only U.S. automotive aftermarket
manufacturer that designs and builds electrical AND mechanical fuel
delivery system components, including modular reservoir assemblies,
electric fuel pumps, mechanical fuel pumps and in-tank sender and hanger
assemblies, for a full range of car, truck, fleet and specialty vehicles.
Straight Pipe Camaro 3.1L - No Muffler
Straight Pipe Camaro
3.1L - No Muffler I just had the muffler cut off and a new y pipe installed
with new pipes to the back deleting the muffler. Otherwise than that it is
an all original 1992 Camaro with the 3.1 liter V6 and
1991 Camaro 3.1 Liter v6 Idle Problems
I finally got it running again after putting new spark plugs in it again,
but it's idling like this now. It either does this, or it idles rough and
makes the car shake. I've replaces the IAC valve, and the TPS. Also, when
it idles kind of normally without bouncing back and fourth, the rps go up
to about 4g's when I barely touch the gas. I know nothing is binding with
the cable, and that made me change the TPS, even though there were no jumps
in resistance when I tried to test it. The throttle also seems to stick
even when I barely press it, and again, the cable isn't binding or
anything, and the throttle body is clean. I've checked for vacuum leaks,
and I haven't found any. Any ideas would be helpful.
Trick to fix fuel injector on 3.1l or 3.4l engine
The guys at GREATAUTOHELP.com show you a trick to fix a bad fuel injector
on a 3.1l / 3.4l chevy, buick, pontiac, olds engine if you suspect it is
Typical concern is a missfire, check engine light (code p0300)
What to do if your car won't start.
Emmy Award Winning mechanic Scotty Kilmer shows what to do if your car
won't start (besides kicking it.) For answers to all your car questions,
visit Scottykilmer.com where Scotty answers everyone's questions free.
GM Pass Key II Malfunctions: Bypassing V.A.T.S System
Your car won't start? SECURITY light steady lit or flashing? More then
likely it is the Vehicle Anti Theft System (V.A.T.S) at fault. Over time
the resister pellet imbedded in your car key wears out from years of
inserting and removing from the ignition lock cylinder. Here is a cheap way
to bypass it, so you can get back on the road.
Crankshaft Pulley Removal Trick
Scotty Kilmer, mechanic for the last 43 years, shows a trick to let you
easily remove a crankshaft pulley from your car, no power Air tools needed.
Visit Scottykilmer.com for answers to all your car questions.