Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Yes ... most factory fuel pumps run at 35lbs of pressure on fuel injected vehicles ... if the pressure is not enough then the injector relays arent sending enough fuel if any into the cylinder ... 1 way to check is to turn the key to the starting position after raising the hood of course ... look on the fuel rail there should be what looks like a valve stem. with the car turned on use a standard tire guage and apply same as testing air in a tire just make sure you are NOT smoking while trying this if the guage reads anything below 30lbs ... the fuel pump needs replaced. if the guage reads 30 or more ... check the injector relays
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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