Question about 1994 Chevrolet Astro
Does it only bogg down on acceleration or all the time? If its only on acceleration you want to check for any loose vaccuum lines leading to the intake. In addition you want to check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail and make sure that the engine is getting fuel. If so check the injectors. A clogged fuel injector or one that is leaking can cause the bogging issue and the smell of raw gas.
Posted on Oct 25, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most any sensor going bad can cause the check engine light to come on,try disconnecting the posative battery cable for 15 seconds ,then put it back on,will reset the codes, or take it to auto zone,they will test your computer for codes at no charge to you.i had a venture van my was ox. sensor. thanks robert b.
Posted on Jun 17, 2009
The light is located next to the gate adjar light in the upper left area of the cluster. It at the 2500 rpm mark on the tachometer.
I would take the vehicle to your local Auto Zone and ask them to scan your car for trouble codes. The will scan the car for you at no charge. Write the codes down and respond back.
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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take about 20 minutes if you have to tools handy. You have 4 02 sensors so be sure to have the tech tell you which one.
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
sorry need to have a play with it to find the fault ,but if this vehicle is playing up why not go green and get yourself a nice peugeot partner van or a ford courier something with a nice 1.6 diesel engine ,50+mpg what more could you want .especially if your petrol prices were instantly risen to our europeon prices and the road tax set at our levels for engines this size
Posted on Dec 15, 2009
EGR is maybe stuck open. disconnect the vac hose at the EGR valve and see if the idle smoothes out. If the EGR is sitcking open, thats a vac leak. If that fixes it, replace the EGR solenoid valve.
Posted on Jan 28, 2010
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