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Old 11-14-2004, 09:20 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by tonto815
If you were so smart, you would have realized I meant Throttle body, and I did correct myself as well. For someone in your shoes to belittle someone for getting frustrated over something like this is beyond me, but never the less I got my truck running !

Here is what the problem was....As I said befor the injectors would dump fuel into the throttle body. The other day thinkin about it and reading the most common problems with the TBI, I decided to chech the fule pressure regulator. When I pulled it apart, the spring was broken on the one I just put on there, as well the diaphram on the other one had a small crack in it.This is the most common problem with the TBI Injection.
Oh, you are a genius aren't you. The only wear part on the TBI unit is the fuel pressure regulator and it only took you two weeks to figure out that's the problem. I think I should hire you today.

Now let's really play stump the dummy (you). Everyone else in this thread is dealing with a Vortec 4.3, not a TBI 4.3 so... How excactly is your wealth of knowledge going to help them? It's not. Do you even know the difference between the two engine management systems? I bet not. Is there anything I missed? Probably but I'm sure you'll type some ignorant response and remind me.

P.S. Are you sure you don't want to compare experience and credentials with me "big boy"? I notice you conviniently forgot about that. You can call me Kemosabe.
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