Question about 1999 Chevrolet S-10 Pickup
I CAN DRIVE MY TRUCK WHEN IT IS WARM OR COOL OUTSIDE AND NO PROBLEM. WHEN I DRIVE FOR ABOUT A HALF HOUR IN THE HEAT THE TRUCK BOGS DOWN FROM THE START POSITION. iT HAS A AUTO TRANNY AND WILL CONTINUE TO BOG IF PEDAL IS DEPRESSED ALOT. i CAN NURSE IT AT FIRST BY BARELY GIVING IT GAS UNTIL IT GETS THREW THE GEARS AND IT RUNS FINE UNTIL i STOP AGAIN. wHAT IN gODS NAME IS MY TRUCK POSSESED WITH?
There is an intake temp sensor on the intake make sure is connected. or you might need to replace it. What engine do you have.
Posted on Oct 24, 2008
Your catalytic converter is plugged up. Take it off and punch it out with a crow bar or truck tire iron. the other option is to replace it for about $400.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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