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Sometimes my 96 s10 will crank now it want start but does turn ov

Fuel pump ok choke works battery good electrical system good,starter good.

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  • june12490 Jan 01, 2009

    My s-10 will crank but ir will not turn over. Before it quit running it tried to stall several times. While it was running the engine would speed up and slow down all by itself. Also while stopped at a red light today and my foot on the brake the engine sped up and I had to hold the brake harder because it felt like it was going to take off on its own.

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