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Starts then dies when put in gear

It will start when in neutral or park then put it in gear and it dies, will do this over and over. Also fuel mileage has dropped.

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  • tcross Aug 17, 2008

    my blazer will start in neutral or park but when you put it in gear it will die, this sequence will happen over and over. Also fuel mileage has went down.

  • tcross Aug 18, 2008

    It seems to do it when the engine is warm. Idling it is fine when I put it in gear it will die.

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Does it do it only when engine is warm how the idle its going fine when its cold as soon you go over 70 km its start to do it let me know thanks pierre

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