13th Aug 2004, 15:58
Change the coolant temperature sensor and the wire connections to the Computer (not to the gauge) this will stop the computer reading it at -40 degrees F and will stop it from running rich. this has stopped my smoking problem and boosted hp and gas mileage.
4th Jul 2005, 11:22
I own a Chevrolet Blazer ’92, since Nov. 04 started to fail, run well and then for any unknown reason fail and stop. I already change the gas pump, the EGR valve, the spark plugs wires, and the injector, and still failing, the computer does not show anything bad. If someone has any idea what it is wrong I’ll appreciate your help, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
24th Aug 2006, 16:53
I've owned a few trucks and I'd have to say my 92 s10 Blazer has converted me over to being a Chevy Truck Fan... With 134,000 miles so far, (hard driven, as she is a farm truck) I can see easily making 200,000. If you want a new truck that is not going to have any maintenance work to do on it, then buy a new truck. Don't gripe about a decade old vehicle...
18th Jul 2007, 17:24
No power to the fuel injector in a 1992 s10 blazer. help please on what the problem could be.
3rd Dec 2010, 14:20
I have a 92 Vortec Blazer, and it had problems with EGR valve, just like some of you, but unlike you, I did not get it cleaned, or replaced, I just blocked it shut so it can't put exhaust back into the engine, because that's one of the reasons spider fuel injectors go bad on these trucks, and I don't care who tells you that EGR's are important to your engine, they're not, they are only for emissions and to give you less power, and also make you spend more money in the future.
Another thing you can do to prevent spider fuel injectors from going bad, is to put in a 160 degree thermostat, and also fuel injector cleaner once a month.
Other than that, this is the best light SUV ever made.
6th Nov 2014, 05:14
I have 92 Chevy Blazer Vortec. It will turn over, but there is no fire going to the fuel injector plug. What could it be?