Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Check the wiring connector on the coil. It may be loose. This really does sound like an issue in the ignition electricals similar to an issue I had with my 95 S-10. The coil itself had loosened as well as he wiring to it.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would check your ignition system. you would need a meter for this but look for broke or loose connections. if it was a fuel problem i dont think it would just start up after 20 minutes. or you might try your ignition switch. if its shorting or something then ya well it would cut your engine off real quick
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
this sounds like a vaccum line and can very hard to find but if you spray carb cleaner over them while its running and your motor starts to miss then you found it . hope that helps
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
YOU COULD HAVE A RESTRICTED AIR FILTER OR FUEL LINE OR FILTER.YOU COULD HAVE DEFECTIVE FUEL SUPPLY PUMP OR DEFECTIVE INJECTION PUMP.YOUR IDLE SPEED TOO LOW OR FAST IDLE INOPERATIVE.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Possibly the fuel filter is slowly plugging up while driving to the point of starving the engine, and when engine stops pressure slowly backfeeds the filter to slightly unplug ..enough to start and run for another couple of minutes.. also check EGR valve for sticking open sometimes a piece of carbon will hold the pintle open causing it to stall..also I know you checked fuel pressure but monitor it to see if it drops off after going down the road...I have seen this where fuel pump gives pressure but not enough after a while, this was caused by a torn pulsator which is the rubber connector between the pump and the fuel line inside the fuel tank...Good luck
Posted on Jan 23, 2010
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