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95 tahoe loses power when going up hill,when i step on the gas more it act like it not getting gas and rpms drop & the temperture never gose pass 150

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SOURCE: Not getting fuel

REPLACE YOUR FUEL FILTER

Posted on Oct 06, 2008

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SOURCE: low power

I also have an 03. I had the same problem it sounds like you are having. It would rev out, I would let off the throttle and it would engage, i also lost reverse. Took it to tranny shop and it was diagnosed as the SUN SHELL, a common yet not recalled issue for the trailblazer. If you caught it early you might be in luck, mine cost me $2400 to fix after a tranny rebuild and new torque converter. GOOD LUCK!

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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SOURCE: fuel injection on 98 Tahoe with 200,000 spits & sputters

I would suggest Installing a New K&N Air Filter and Get 2 Cans of B12 Chemtool and run 1 at a Time througha Full tank of Fuel. The filter will Increase the Air flow by 50% and the B12 will Clean the Entire Fuel System. I use these Both in My 95' Silverado when it does this and always works!

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: when driving step on padel to pass motor stalls

check fuel pressure . check for vacuum leak around throttle body or intake.

Posted on Apr 09, 2009

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SOURCE: my truck loses power

In most cases it is the fuel filter. I don't know when it was changed before, but it should be changed at least every 8-10 k miles. Make sure you change the air filter too.

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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