Hi my name is Adam and I need some help or advice with a problem I'm having with my new 1990 Chevy K5 Blazer 350 TBI. The truck has 137,000 original miles. All the gauges seem to work and function just fine. I bought it recently and it ran great. No major issues. I drove it for a few days. And i went to start it one morning and it wouldn't start. It will crank. Battery and starter are good. At least the starter sounds fine. Battery was even hooked up to my other truck to make sure it had a charge so that's fine too. I'm thinking a fuel issue. I removed the air filter and then sprayed some starting fluid in the throttle body but still didn't start. So at this point I was assuming I had a spark issue. It will just crank won't turn over. But, it feels like it wants to start too. It'll chug a little and smoke coming out the exhaust too like it sounds like it's combusting. And I smell gas too. It may even be leaking somewhere too cuz I have a few small leaks and one kinda smells like gas. I'm not sure though. I may have flooded it too.... Haha! I am really not sure. I don't much about these trucks quite yet. But I'm hoping to learn more. I guess my first question is: 1: is there some sort of bleeder valve for fuel to bleed it if it is flooded? If so, where? Or if there isn't something like that, how would you fix it if it was flooded? 2: if it isn't flooded, any suggestions on what the problem may be? I did pump the gas too even tho I know it is fuel injected and you shouldn't have to. But it sounded like it wanted to start but wasn't when I first tried to crank it over that morning and it did nothing even when I pumped the gas. As of now, I am thinking i flooded it. Also, I listened for the fuel pump and it'll buzz when I turn the key. I stuck my ear near the tank and it buzzes. Seems to function okay by the sound of it. I'm lost now haha. If anyone could help me out. That would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!!