Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
I broke down about 2 weeks ago. When I took it in for services I was told I have 79 codes. They replaced by Ignition Switch and the fuel pump. Car is now running, however I keep getting a SES light. I clear the codes, but they keep come back. I know the P0440 is a gas cap so I replace that just in case. I even took it back to the shop and had them check the hoses around my fuel tank. I also had them remove a Auto Start system that was install on the SUV several years back, but did work. They though it might have been shorting out or getting volts from the computer.
Any thoughts on what the issue might be????
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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