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When i try to make a sharp turn around a corner or into a parking spot the blazer has a hard time turning and almost stalls

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The problem is electrical. I would think that it is probably a little out of time or might just need a tune up. Honestly this is kind of a hard diagnostic becouse I believe that it is a engine issue. I would check to see what kind of condition my throtle body was in. You want it as clean as you can get it. If it was me I would remove it clean it and then replace it cleaned. Vacume I would try next it could just be a vacume leak

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