Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Clean the idle air valve on the throttle body.The IAC valve is located on the driver side of the throttle body.Clean this valve and check.If still the same problem the EGR valve needs to be checked and replaced.If clogged and dirty then clean it and refit and recheck.If too carbon is got collected on the valve then it may be a vacuum leak.Get the vacuum pressure test done at local car garage to confirm where the leak is.
Also Get the fuel pressure checked.
If its less then its quite possible that fuel pump needs to be replaced and
fuel filter is got clogged.
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