my 1995 blazer 4x4 6 cylinder vortec wont start in cold weather

Asked by Feb 21, 2015 at 01:02 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4-Door 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i replaced my distributor and wires and spark-plugs,

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Fill up the tank with fresh gas and add a bottle of dry gas to it. You may have condensation built up in the fuel tank causing the problems.

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has a full tank of gas. and where do i get the bottle of dry gas at?

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Best bet would be an auto parts store, but during the winter months, it is a pretty common item. You may pay a little more, but you can probably find it at your local quick mart gas stations as well.

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Example of what you're looking for. There are several different brands. Some go by the name Iso-Heet or Gas line antifreeze.

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okay thank you , il let you know if it works

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walmarts that have a tire and lube has dry gas in a yellow bottle in the tire and lube shop its .77 cent and works good it acts ass an aintfrezz but it will help keep water condensation out of ur tank i put it in after i run dry gas threw i usely wait 2 day or so be for i put it in its iso-heet it use it every winter

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