Question about 1995 Chevrolet Blazer
Chances are your TBI injector is dirty, sticking, failing or the "blue" wire to the injector has rubbed through and is intermittently touching ground and holding the injector open.
Pressing the accelerator to the floor will cause the ECM to go into a "clear flood" condition, it will not send a fuel pulse to the injector and hold it closed.
Remove the injector and clean it out, not very difficult, you can use carburetor cleaner. Trace the blue wire back as far as you can and put some added tape over anything that looks like it may be a rub-through problem and I believe you will be good to go.
Don't forget to change the fuel filter once in a while, slightly clogged fuel filters will shorten the life of your tank mounted fuel pump.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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