Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
We were driving home just cruising along in cruise control at 65 mph and or 2000 blazer just stopped running , no noise ,no sputter , just stopped.Battery is strong all lights work , it turns over but seems like no spark or fuel , got a tow home. Where do i start ? Is there a timing chain or belt on this model , how do i check to see if that is the problem or any easy things i can check before i tow it into a shop?
It sounds like a faulty ignition coil, or ignition module. Both of these things are fairly easy to replace.
Obviously it is worth while checking all of the fuses first.
You could obtain some aerostart (or similar starting spray), and spray a bit into the air filter. If the car does not even splutter, then it is most likely an ignition system problem.
Another option is to remove a spark plug lead, and attach an old spark plug to it, then earth that plug against the body of the engine. Turn the engine over, and watch for a spark.
It is pretty easy to figure out how to replace a faulty ignition coil. Just obtain a replacement, and observe how the existing one is fitted. Unplug any wires that are attached to the old one, and plug them straight onto the replacement. Unbolt the existing coil, and bolt the new one in place.
Posted on May 24, 2009
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