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Username Post: 98 Vortec 350 hard to start
355Cheyenne 
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355Cheyenne
Loc: Northern MN
Reg: 10-27-04
02-27-12 10:14 PM - Post#2196142    
    In response to joe20

before replacing fuel pump, it could be the regulator which is cheaper/quicker/easier to fix. Does it bleed down really fast? that would indicate a faulty regulator, you could also pinch off the return line and see if the pressure increases which would also indicate regulator.
98 Silverado k1500 4x4 350

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