Question about 1997 Chevrolet Blazer
You need to take the vehicle to a commercial auto parts store (like advance, pep boys, auto zone) and have the engine computer scanned-they do it for free, and will provide a code (i.e. 'P0171')-this will supply evidence of your issue, whatever it is. You could then google the code or come back on here, lots of people are happy to help if you can provide this information.
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