stalling problems 99 blazer

Asked by Dec 01, 2014 at 06:27 PM about the Chevrolet S-10 Blazer

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

sometime my s10 blazer stalls out I have replaced the tpi I have also replaced the plugs rotor and distributor the fuel pump was replaced 2.5 years ago it is not all the time fuel pressure is 55lbs. when it runs when it stalls sometimes it will start right up and sometimes it takes a few mins to restart . also when I am driving I am pushing on the gas but it does not seam to want to excelerate

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I'm having a similar problem, except mine is fine on the highway and struggles to stay running in town. Also has starting problems every day, it turns over but have to try several times to get it to start.

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94 S-10 blazer, tahoe lt

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check for all vacuum leaks. mine had two hoses disconnected

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Thanks, turns out the egr valve kept getting stuck with carbon chunks in it. A friend and u cleaned it and put a screened gasket and it helped. Next my muffler got a hole in it. Couldn't fix it right away. It started a fire under it while I was driving it. long story short, it is parked until further notice. :(

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