SOLVED: I have a 1989 gmc siverado 1500 series with a 350

Detail: I have a 1989 gmc siverado 1500 series with a 350 TBI carb. When started cold it wont stay running unless i pump the fuel pedal. Once motor is warm it runs fine. Ive rebuilt carb , replaced fuel filter . And even swaped carbs (tbi) from another good running truck . But problem still persist. Any ideas?
Detail Question SOLVED: I have a 1989 gmc siverado 1500 series with a 350

Solution: Try the temp sensor by the thermostat housing,make sure its not broken when you unplug it,ohm sensor itself when warmed up,and when cold , Hi, a 6ya Mechanic can help you resolve that issue over the phone in a minute or two. Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repair professionals here in the US. click here to Talk to a Mechanic (only for users in the US for now) and get all the help you need. Goodluck! , I'm having the same trouble with the flooding after warm start...if it's the temp sensor, would the temp gauge be working? It's in a 1991 Chevy van with an injected 350 carb. , Try using a good fuel line/injector cleaner Seafoam is a good one. If this does not help you may have tone or more clogged injectors. Clean these out and you should be good to go. tTo see Seafoam in action goto you tube type Seafoam into the search box. , I have a 90 chevy k1500 350 tbi with same problem! I have traced problem to... after turning on key fuel pump kicks on when u crank it over injectors shoot gas and truck starts! After few seconds injectors stop spraying and truck dies! This can happen many times over and over! Eventually sometimes truck stays running and all is great! I changed ignition module, oil pressure sending unit (which i was told controls gas after vehicle is running) fuel filter, computer, fuel pump relay, I am at a loss now! Hope this helps and hope someone can help me! , try bypassing the oil pressure switch on the back of the block behind the distributor, if there oil pressure switch goes bad it will do this. had one that drove me nuts trying to fix it then figured out I had to buy a book and low and behold thee it was 3 wire oil pressure switch you can't see between the engine and fire wall just behind the distributor and costs 8 bucks to buy new. , Fuel pressure is a little low, check the pressure regulator, and the fuel filter

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