Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
I have a 1884 chevy pick-up with a 305 engine. I'll replace the module, it will start a few times. I let the truck sit over night, the next day nothing. This has happened twice in the last week. Last summer I replaced the coil, condensor, rotor, cap etc. lasted for a couple of months. Then the same thing, the ignition module goes out ( I assume ). I've had the truck since it was new and its still a very good vehicle. I put a new one in yesterday, started, drove it around the area for a few miles, this morning, no spark. It snowed a couple of inches last night and is about 10 degrees outside, so I haven't looked at it today ( I know, sissy ). When it does run, I just can't trust it in the mountains. After it quits, I use a timing light to keep from wearing my battery down.
Could I have a 12 volt line possible burning it out overnight?
Thanks; Mike B, Grand Junction Colorado
there's a roll pin that goes thru the drive gear.I'd change the ignition coil before the pick-up coil, if the pick up goes you'd be lucky if it would run above idle.if it has no power when it does run, try the ignition coil first.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
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I had the same problem after it sitting over the winter. I changed the fuel filter and added water remover to my gas and let it sit over night for the water remover to work and the next day it ran fine.
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
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