Question about Chevrolet Blazer
Being un-able to duplicate the problem by the repair shops is un-fortunate.I appreciate their un-willingness to guess and throw parts at your expense.I have owned a couple of Blazers and each of them have required fuel pumps while both have had simular symptoms.To substantiate my guess you might start by listening to the pump.Key on/engine off will cycle the pump for 3 seconds.In a quiet area,such as an enclosed garage,you can cycle the key and listen to the sound of the pump which is rear tank mounted.Often a failing pump will sound louder and squeelish in a sense while a new pump is barely noticeable and smooth sounding.This is a fairly educated guess for your problem....good luck on your findings
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
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