Question about 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
I have replace all 6 of the ignition coils on my 2002 chevy Trailblazer twice in the past year. They have started going bad again. One will go bad, I replace it and within a day or two another one goes bad. I change all the spark plugs during the summer and that seemed to help for a while. Then here we go again. They started going out again for the third time. Any suggestion?
SOURCE: Ignition coil
Hi, the reason for the engine to die when you turn, is because it make more effort while turning ,this is part of the same problem, if you dont have presure some times it can be the pump ,be sure you hear the pump runing when you turn the key yo on position ,if there is no sound ,check fuses and relay ,if every thing checks ok,you may have a bad or defective pump ....
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
SOURCE: car hesitating
It might be a long shot, but i have a 04 cavalier and i once smelled gas and had a putter issue. Turns out the fuel pressure regulator basically sits on the fuel rail with one screw on the side. Over time, the regulator either goes bad or becomes unseated off the fuel rail. In my case, both occurred. Went to O'reillys, bought a 48 bux fuel pressure regulator and replaced it. After that., no more gas smell and no more putter.
You could also have a bad idle air control but this would not cause the smell of fuel to occur, unless this bad valve is causing your pc to spit out an excess of fuel which is being unused or somthing.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
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