1994 s10 blazer problem

Asked by May 06, 2016 at 02:28 AM about the 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer 4 Dr Tahoe LT SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Okay so i traded my old Ford ranger for this s10
blazer and when I test drove it, the day I traded. It
drop perfect! Then a few weeks later I'm driving it
and when I give it gas it back fires and doesn't
want to go acts like it's ready to die. I ease on the
gas and it goes but i can't give it a lot of gas or it
will back fire like crazy pop and not go. I've
reaplaced the plugs and wires along with the cap
and rotor and a new fuel filter. It ran good for about
an hour and then started doing the same thing
again..... please if anybody can help me please
help me this is all i have to get to work and i cant
buy anything new at the moment....

2 Answers

12,420

is the check engine light on? Google "how to read gm obd1 codes" it is easy. also, it would be a good idea to test your fuel pressure. weak fuel pump could be a problem. if your pressure is out of spec for your engine it wont run right.

262,085

Backfiring is a timing issue.

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