Question about 1998 Chevrolet Blazer
It sounds like something with the fuel/fuel flow system,maybe spark.It sounds more like lack of fuel.When it backfires,that is caused by too much air,not enough gas,and is called a lean mixture.You need to be careful and try not to let it happen as difficult as that may be.Lean mixtures burn hotter than a normal air to fuel ratio and I have seen it blow a hole right through the piston many times.If you are not getting far at all,it's probably the fuel pump.It is usually located on the top of the gas tank and is a b$#@h to get at.If you call a shop,they will give you a free opinion somewhere to attract future business,and if you want to self-repair,they may be willing to give some tips.I did mine a couple years ago,1995 Ford,different makes may have different locations.Good luck! Greg
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