Question about 1994 Chevrolet S-10 Blazer
The fuel pressure should be from 41-47 psi. I always suggest buying genuine Chevrolet fuel pumps. This and thermostats are about the only two things that I suggest buying from the dealer. The problem that you are having is the reason why. Aftermarket fuel pumps are very bad about only lasting a very short time. Another very important thing is getting the filter on the bottom of the fuel pump correct. If the filter lets even a very small grain of sand or anything off of the bottom of the tank in the pump. It will ruin it. 40 psi will make the vehicle run. But from that, I would believe that you are running an aftermarket pump. I would suggest replacing with a Genuine part.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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