Question about 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer
You will need to determine if it is ignition or fuel. WD40 or some other starting fluid(WD40 does not knock the engine) and spray it into the intake. If it acts like it wants to start then it is fuel if not then ignition. Fuel take line off before filter, should pump if not then it is a fuse/relay or pump, after the filter should pump if not or little filter is bad, at engine should pump if it does then it fuel injector/booster. ignition check for spark if not spark senor or distributor. Hope this helps tim
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