Question about 1996 Chevrolet Blazer
Driving, low on gas and cold out. before got to gas pump died. pulled to side of road, would start up rough idle throttle wouldn't go. Towed. when got to shop, started right up, engine scan good, mechanic checked out possibly low gas caused condensation. filled tank put in iozheat drove back 140 miles no problem. scared to take very far until can figure out what to check
Posted by Anonymous on
It sounds like you may have a cloged fule filter, start with that and then check to see if your fuel pump had gone bad. Most likely it's your fuel filter if it's never been changed. The other common problems is a partial clog to the injectors but i don't think that is the problem here. Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
i had the same problem and it died out of town got it towed and it was the fuel pump fuse and that was it they are famose for it
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
Sounds like you could have gotten some water in your fuel tank from that fill up. Go to a autoparts store and get a product to put in the tank that takes care of water in fuel. Use it when you fill the tank up a few times after and hopefully it goes away. Whenever you can't sustain power in the engine or it runs rough then your cruise control will constantly be shut off because the engine doesn't have the power to keep the speed up and should go away once your engine is running clean again.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
even though it is a new pump it doesnt mean that it is putting out the correct pressure the fuel pressure for your truck should be between 9 and 13 lbs... do you have a check engine light on?
Posted on Jan 10, 2011
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