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Blazer engine dies after driving for a while when it is hot outside. I let it sit for 30 mins and it starts. had the thermostat changed, not it. Fuel pump changed, not it. No one can find the problem. Help

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Check the Electronic Control Module ECM and the coolant sensor for the electric radiator fan also let the vehicle run and see if the fan kicks on if it doesnt after running awhile and the car dies then its one of those 3 hope i was able to help i had a 90s blazer and had to put a smaller temp thermostat in it started with the 195 i changed it to the 180

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