Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
You have either faulty fuel injectors #1 or a clogged fuel filter 2 ,,my other thinking is your vehicles brain...my last thinking is you had your water pump changed which highly leads me to think it is jumping time ..go to auto zone and have them read this free ..save your money and time this way
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
dose it have an imobilser ?
you said you smelt burning from the dash but then it dont start ?
i suspect 3 things the imobilser is at fault or the igniton is at fault or the ecu could have blown an inturnal fues the first too are easyer to fix then the last .
all still may need to be looked at by the garage
hope this points you in the way you need to go
Posted on May 23, 2008
Try to shift your key in either direction while try to turn your steering in left and right direction. May be its steering lock which is attached to your ignition key preventing shifting of key. If not, then its obviously your ignition that has gone.
If you decide to change ignition then as a last try Dip your key in lubricating oil and then insert in ignition to turn it on. May be it can help.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
It sounds like there is a problem with the Idle Air Control (IAC) valve. Its job is to open and let air into the manifold when the throttle is closed at idle. If it does not open, the engine dies at idle. The IAC is mounted on the throttle body. Possibly the valve is clogged or stuck, in which case it could be ok again if it is removed and cleaned. Or it is broken, and needs to be replaced. Or, there is a problem with its electrical connection, that needs to be traced. Good luck, let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
I doubt very much this is electrical. Rather do a visual inspection for vacuum pipes that are leaking or have become dislodged especially around the throttle body(Where the throttle cable is connected to) and plenumb chamber. If you find a place that looks like a pipe needs to be connected there, hold it closed with your finger and see if the revs pick up slightly. If it does then look for the pipe that needs to go there. You shouldnt have any pipes hanging loose around the engine bay. If you dont find anything on the engine itself follow every little pipe to where it goes/connects to and do the same. This costs nothing and a mechanic will charge you an hours' worth of labour for doing the same. The engine's fuel/air mixture is being leaned out somewhere. You can perhaps have the CO content tested to confirm, as this is relatively inexpensive.
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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