Question about 2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Hi, it sounds if it is a diesel engine,
the injection pump supplies metered diesel and cylider timing to the engine. at the back of the diesel pump is a little unit called a solinoid (igninion controlled valve) this valve may be stuck.
start engine and be very carefull and pull off the single connector, if engine do not stop your solinoid (ignition controlled valve) is not working.
old way of doing this in the past was pushing a rod to turn off the diesel. i hope this is usefull to you bye for now gerry
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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