Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
It starts hard after it sits for more than three hours. I've replaced the fuel relay and it starts better, but still not a normal start. Fuel pressure is reading 57 to 62 psi. Could it be the starter silinoid or the starter, eventhough it is cranking?
IT IS PROBABLY THE FUEL PUMP. THERE IS AN ANTI-DRAINBACK VALVE THAT IS SUPPOSED TO HOLD THE FUEL PRESSURE WHEN THE KEY IS OFF. IT SOUNDS LIKE YOURS LEAKS. TO TEST IT, LET THE VEHICLE SIT LONG ENOUGH TO ACT UP. KEY THE VEHICLE OFF TO RUN THREE TIMES BEFORE CRANKING IT OVER. IF IT STARTS EASY, YOU CAN BET THE FUEL PUMP MODULE IS THE PROBLEM.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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