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89' chev blazer stalls and won't start

The gas gauge drops to empty although it has gas. when its running it sputters and loses power. Fuel pump replaced, diagnostics checked out good, cost-$617., towed twice back to Firestone and they can't find anything wrong. It drives great for them. Its under 30 day warrenty and that will be up in about 5 days.

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I would say it sounds like an a electrical ground problem. Either the grounds to the fuel unit at the tank or the one running in the wire harness. I wish you luck and try to have a great day.

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