Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Every time I start my 1996 Chevy blazer and put it into Drive, it starts to "bog" or hesitates a bit, like it's about to die, but it doesn't. I took it to a friend of mine who works on cars and he has no idea what it could be. My only option is to go to an auto place and have it hooked up to a Tech II scanner to find exactly what it is, but it costs $60 or more just to scan it..HELP!
YOUR CAN BUY AN OBDII CODE READER FOR THAT MUCH.
BUT I WOULD CHECK YOUR SPARK PLUGS.
LOOK FOR DARK LINE DOWN THE SIDE OF THE INSULATOR (LIKE A PENCEL WOULD LEAVE)
IF YOU FIND A LINE, REPLACE PLUGS AND WIRES
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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