Hey again everyone,
I Just got my truck back last night, the tech was really up front from all the problems he's found with it. I found that it's an '04 model with an '03 engine, I'm still on the fence about keeping it but for now I'm happy.
I left the dealership with the knowledge that my driveshaft either needed to be replaced or rebuilt. Took it to a driveline shop to get the job quoted ($1100.00 at the dealer for a new driveshaft) and they quoted me about $500 for a rebuild, rebalance. The tech at the dealership told me my slip yoke was very worn and needed replacement. So I have an appointment next week to have Coast Powertrain re-do the driveshaft, he also mentioned that the drive outta my t-case was quite loose, seems this thing's been driven pretty hard.
So, anyways, I took it out, grabbed the family, threw in some fuel, went to the lake/park/pizza joint to treat them to dinner, fired her up to come home, felt the ponies, enjoyed the sweet whistle and finally parked her in the driveway.
This morning I went to go fire her up so we could take my son out to his soccer game and pick up his new toy motorbike and the truck would crank but no start.
After the game I tried starting it again, and I'm at a loss, the starter is fine, it's cranking hard but just not starting.
The things I've noticed are this:
The glow plug indicator turns off.
The injectors are buzzing happily.
The HPOP is priming (I think)
The Fuel pump primes for some time.
And still no start. I've almost killed the batteries cranking her
What can I look for to check? I looked underneath, but I can't find the fuel filter (I know where the small one in the engine compartment is, but not the other one).
Hmm.. Any ideas?