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There was no odd noise. ran rough and I thought to change plugs. Quit running before I could. noticed no gas to carb. starts when I put gas in carb directly and runs until used up.
Idles fine and while in park revs up fine. Put it in drive and it get it on a little and it bogs down to the point that it will cut off and not crank back until it sits a while. If it was a carborator engine I would describe it as acting "flooded"
the fuel pump making noise as if stuck could the relay be going out ? can it be tested ? hoping to find somthing out dont want to drop the tank and replace fuel pump if i dont have to
Runs good when warmed up and idles good as well. Ran diagnostic and couldn't come up with much except something regarding the ecm. Mechanic thought it might be a temperature sensor at the carb but I can't find anything like that. Could it be the throttle position sensor? I'm at 5000', car has 225k miles, new fuel filter.
need to know location of all freeze plugs on my 1994 jimmy s10 2 wheel dr 4.3 v6 thanks
On a 93 s10 blazer with a 4.3 vortex
Have replaced transfer case vacuum switch. Stuck in 4 wh. Actuator is working.
Sometimes it'll go off then I might hit a bump and it will come back on or hit a bump and I'll go off
It seemed that it had a short,then stoped working .checked wiper fuse.started about two months ago,they would work,then they wouldnt,I could move the wiper arms and they would start working.
It seemed that it had a short,then stoped working .checked wiper fuse
water pump doesn't leak at all, car hasn't overheated, don't know what check gauge light means, and does the belt that goes to everything have to be replaced if there are no rips or holes, if i change the water pump.
to start everything worked great..the only problem was the 4x4 switch..i have to pull out the tccm fuse & unhook the battery for a few and hook up bat & put fuse back in and then hit the switch & and it works
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