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My 1999 chevy blazer is running rich where I smell fuel fumes can this cause the truck to loose power and not go over 30 but the engine runs smooth


Most likely, A good "burn" is the right Fuel-air mixture. Too much fuel bad burn lots of black smoke. Not enough fuel It may not burn at all. Any emission codes? I will bet it won't pass an emissions test, so get it fixed. Probably affects mileage. Do you smell fuel in the engine compartment? you have a dangerous leak. Or do you smell at exhaust? Do you smell in the cab?
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My 1997 town car is burning to much fuel not leaking it but burning it i can smell the gas when driving it


It can be several things. The engine automatically sets to a RICH mode for cold starts. It will stay in RICH until a temperature sensor warms up. There are sometimes 2 sensors with one for the dash and the other for the engine controls.
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My 1996 jeep grand cherokee limited keeps turning off in the extream cold when I stop. I've tried heat in the gas tank and the air filter. It is getting gas. But is acting like it has a carberator


are you burning ethaynol fuel? try this,burn 93octane fuel for 1tank then add lucas fuel treatment per tank of fuel.you're injectors may be freezing up because of octane and ethyanol fuel.it's a fuel or spark issue. is getting fuel? is getting fire issue?do not repeat do not recommened you burn ethyanol based fuel,it will freeze up in cold weather! been there. done that. unless, unless, it's diesel fuel! then that's different!you need to add octane booster if you have or an additive that keeps your fuel from freezing! thank you for choosing fixya.com! we are always here to assist you.

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Running low on fuel can put a strain on fuel pumps,but this fuel today also has a bearing on it also,Have you changed brands?A different fuel pump brand might help,also,if you are running a amp for the sound system,this puts a load on the alternator,and low voltage will cause this situation also,the fuel pump is a motor,and if the voltage flows too slow threw the pump motor,it will finaly burn out,check the alternator out put,it should be reading at the battery 13.65 volts to 14.25 volts with the head lights on,and the ac blower on high setting.

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summer blended fuel and winer blended fuel many reasons for the two in spring/summer more cars are out driving so the fuel needs to burn more thoroughly to help reduce smog emmisions this is accomplished through a slower burn rate enssuring the most amount of fuel is burned which inturn is more power

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fouled up with black powder like stuff usually means burning oil

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your sparkplugs might not burning all the fuel thats why its flooding. try changing your sparkplugs for better burning

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Replace your Fuel Filter and get the Fuel Pump Checked and you should be fine.

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