Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
Make sure you dont just need a tune-up. i had a vehicle just a while ago sucking lots of gas. took a guess and replaced primary o2 sensers and bingo. more zip and way better fuel economy. there were no codes showing either.
Posted on Mar 04, 2013
No, a weak fuel pump would starve the engine for fuel, causing better fuel mileage. If the engine hasn't had a tune up in years, you might want to consider it. A clean air filter helps, proper tire inflation helps, making sure you don't have a brake drag helps, proper alignment helps, keeping the rpm's under 3000 helps, hope this helps, Gary
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