Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
I have a 2001 chevy S10. It would loose power only when going up hills... well, then later when it was pretty much on any non flat surface. I thought it might have been the trans but it shifted just fine. I did a trans Svc just to see fluid & filter and they were in good shape. So, I started reading articles in this forum and I kept seeing ppl mention fuel filter or catalytic converter. Well, I just recently changed my cat and fuel pump so why not cut that F'r off. I could quite put my finger on the problem any way and I needed my truck. It worked! My truck drives fine now
- I post this bc no one ever posts anything once their problem gets fixed and what fixed it. I hope this helps someone.
Posted on Oct 01, 2016
I would say it's the filter or you got some bad gas , Might try a bottle of HEAT to pour into your tank first, good luck.
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