Question about 1986 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Could be something as simple as a fuel filter or something more complex requiring a code scan (most larger parts stores do that free) and some further system diagnosis. I'd begin with the filter to avoid any "tail chasing"
Unless it was changed within the last few months, it's good maintenance anyway.
There are too many possibilities to give you a definite "fix" but I can give you a good start! If filter does not change the problem, check the mass air flow sensor, MAP sensor and the throttle position sensor. I said TEST not replace....too expensive to replace random parts! Flow sensor can be cleaned by using a q-tip and carb cleaner carefully on the wires that stretch across the inside bore of the unit.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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