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I have a 95 S10 Blazer- vehicle code W (DI). The car starts fine but immediately wants to stall. If you press the accelerator you can keep it running and it runs down the road just fine until you slow to idle and it will stall. The book said it was the crank sensor. Where is it?

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No its not the crank sensor if it were your car would not even start. your problem most likely is the idle air control valve, try removing it and and cleaning it if it does not help it will have to be replaced.

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