No fuel to motor

Asked by May 14, 2018 at 09:54 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Astro

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 95 chevy astro. Im getting no fuel to the
motor no pressure. Ive replaced the fuel filter and
pump but not the socket. If I put gas in the intake it
will fire right up so i knoe I'm getting spark. What
could be causing it to not have any pressure and
fuel to motor?

4 Answers


Do you hear the pump cycle when you turn the key on? If not ,you have a relay,wiring ,ground,or faulty fuel pump issue.

Yeah the pump turns on. Behind the dog house is the fuel valve and if i press down on that hardly any fuel comea out. I woukd think it should spray out considering those vehicles should have more that 55 psi in pressure. I dont have a gauge to screw on to see what pressure im getting I wad thinking about taking off the filter and running a hose there to see if i get fuel to motor and if it will fire right up. Then id knoe the filter is bad. But its a brand new filter. Idk im kinda at a scratch my head what could causing the issue stage lol


Yes disconnect from filter to see if you have pressure,also check for any collapsed hose/s,

I dont believe there are any collapsed lines.

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