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1996 Blazer Truck will not always start.I put a fuel presure test gauge on it and it said 10 lbs. Thirty seconds later went to 35lbs so I wanted it went up to 55lbs and started thanks rose740

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Hesitates while driving at times and sometimes it runs just fine.

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Sounds like fuel pump and or the fuel filter

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