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we have a 1990 gmc 454 1 ton g3500 motor home ...we had a problem on returning from vacation the motor just chuged and quit , we pulled over and it started back up but ran horribl...
Asked by Darrell H October 11, 2012, 10:07 pm 1 reply
no gas after 40
i have a 1988 gmc p30 step van with a 6 cylinder straight, 292, engine. everything is working fine with it, but the problem is that once i hit 40 mph its as though there is not en...
Asked by Nick  March 27, 2010, 1:06 pm 1 reply
no gas reaching carbourator
i have a 1988 gmc p30 stepvan with a 6 cylinder straight 292 engine. with full tank of gas, once i hit 40 mph, the truck acts as though there isnt enough gas reaching the carboura...
Asked by Nick  March 27, 2010, 1:08 pm 1 reply
brake warning light is on. parking brake is released and
brake warning light is on. parking brake is released and fluid level is fine. why would it still be on?
Asked by Seth  April 26, 2009, 12:32 pm 1 reply



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