Died going down road twice the third time will not start
Died no reason idling waiting to get gas tack and speedometer gauges went crazy tried 4-5 times before it started some it is dead then it start then runs ok three day later same thing but not idleing driving down road at 55 hour got home died and would not start waited till morning now sometimes turns over but will not start we have not had any trouble with our trailblazer
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The speed sensor might be bad. I used to own a 99 Mitsubishi Eclipse with the same symptons. The car will start, but will not pass the 1st or 2nd gear, the speedometer will be at 0. I replaced the speed sensor and all the problems went away.
please keep me posted as well, ALL my gauges are doing the same. First the gas, filled it one day and it fell all the way and light turned on, then my themostat, freaked me out, thought i was overheating,...NO just the guage, NOW my spedometer is stuck on 120, and my RPM's are acting crazy. i have read tons with this same problem, WHY WONT the manufacturer DO SOMTHING??
Did you check the pressure with the vacuum hose to the regulator (if applicable) disconnected? Try driving the veh with the press gauge taped to the windshield. Got to replace the gas filter every three years or 30,000 miles or they clog up. The fuel pump armature may be worn and binding up. (new pump) It may just work okey but no volume. Now we go to the TPS. Throttle Position Sensor. Need a digital volt meter or scope to look at it. Worn or out of adjustment. Don't have the car here so it's not easy assume anything. You need too know the systems on a brand of veh and follow a flow chart of likely causes you develop over the years and keep notes for the next vehicle challange.
you have a fuel pump problem it was shorting for some reason hence the gauge going crazy from the float circuit being shorted. your fuel pump is on it's last leg have it replace this will solve the problem. please rate this