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Hitching My 2003 trailblazer is hitching only going up hills... what could this be?

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Its likely the shifter assembly - its easy to replace - there is only a couple bolts holding the center console in then its right there.

Posted on Jan 04, 2015

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SOURCE: hesitating going up hills

change fuel filter

Posted on Nov 15, 2011

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I have a 2003 trailblazer with 4.2 engine. Losing power when driving especially when going up hill (even small hill). Will drop down to 15 mph. got a code of p0172. Replaced O2 sensor and the...


Yes , it is more then likely the Catalytic converter is clogged ! Pull the O2 sensor before the Cat an do a back pressure test ! Testing for plugged clogged restricted exhaust converter An your P0172 means you have a rich condition , does not mean O2 sensor is bad ! Do you have 4.3 L vortex ? Could be bad fuel pressure regulator leaking ! caused your cat to have a melt down an starting to plug ! 4.3L or 5.0L vortex engines . with spider injectors ! chevy vortec p0172 p0175 So you have two problems ! Hope this helps !

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CAr is sluggish and wont respond when going up hills or accelerating over 65mph.Is this a spark plug issue?


This happened to my 2003 Trailblazer at about 70,000 miles. Going uphill it would slow down and then downshift as it dramatically lost power. Bottom line, the Catalytic Converter was plugged. When first accelerating it ran fine but after that it acted up and got continually worse. You didn't mention if the service engine light came on or not. Something else that might cause the no power is the fuel filter may be plugged. Change it first as it is cheap compared to the converter. Good luck.

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Surges aroung 1800 to 2000 RPM when maintaining speed up a hill


This is referred to as "trailer hitching" because it feels like a trailer bouncing around back there. Trailer hitching is usually caused by a vacuum leak, either internal or external. It could be a bad vacuum hose, a sticking EGR, and intake gasket, or any number of other locations.

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