Question about 2008 Chevrolet Trailblazer
After driving about 100 miles the check engine light will go out and stay out for about 70 miles?
P0014 is likely a camshaft solenoid valve, the p0449 is likely a evap vent valve or wiring, and a p1400 (sorry for this one) is likely a cylinder head. based on the codes you asked you have the 4.2l L6 motor.
Posted on Jan 04, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Chevy Blazer stalls
check airflo sensor or potentometer,throttle pos sensor; if revs are to low when turning the wheel the power steering pump will draw power from engine, causing your other problems
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
Pull out your spark plugs. Change them if dirty. There might be a problem with the fuel trim, thats causing spark plug to foul up prematurely. A stucked open EGR valve can also cause a multiple mispfire code(P0300) but then it would be accompanied by an EGR code(P402) which means excessive flow detected. Anyways if was indeed a fouled up spark plug change them as well as the air filter.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
That truck has a electric fan clutch its probley the noise your hearing they stay on too long sometimes.Ive replaced at least 6 of them in the last 2yrs.
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: Trouble codes p0340 and p0014
You need to check the cam phazer and see if it's damaged. Lots of the time it leaks oil into the connector and messes up the wires. Also I've seen the oil control screens come out of the phazer and go into the engine, which will also set the coeds. If I were you I'd pull the phazer out and see if all 3 of the oil control screens are there. My bet is one will be missing. Make sure to change the oil too. You may get lucky and it will have made it to the oil pan? Other wise I wouldn't worry too much about it. Most of the time it will not cause any engine problems. Good luck, oh and you do have to pull the power steering pump off to get the phazer out. But you can just take the bolts out for the pump and let it fall down so you can get the phazer out!
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
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