Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
First quick check to do is make sure your fuel cap is tight. A loose fuel cap will set an EVAP code and turn the service engine light on.
Next, do you leave the engine on while you are refueling? If so, that can also trigger and EVAP code.
If the above is true, it will take "3" cold starts for the light to clear after the problem above was fixed.
If none of the above are true, take your vehicle to your local Auto Zone or Advance Auto and ask them to scan your vehicle for trouble codes, write the codes down and respond back. We can go from there.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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