Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Had it to 2 different A dealerships and a small mechanic's shop already. Nobody can seem to diagnose the problem. Seems to die while deaccelerating more, but did die once while driving down the road at 45 mph. Once it stalls, it doesn't always start back up. The dealerships and mechanic have all said that there are no trouble codes and that the fuel pressure was fine during one episode when it stalled plus there were no trouble codes showing while it happened either. Can anyone help me? I keep reading about the ignition switches being the problem, but the dealer says that a trouble code would have appeared. Could it be in the keys at all, because at one time it did have a remote starter on it.
First, there is no trouble code for the ignition switch that would show, exspecially if it is just a sparatic happening, i suggest getting the ignition replaced, you will get new keys and every thing with the new ignition set, this is the more likely cause of the problem.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
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