Question about 2002 Chevrolet S-10
2002 s10 zr2 runs rough bogs down when you accelerate. after it warms up and you accelerate it bogs down and gains no speed. you can stop and shut it off start it again and runs fine for a few minutes. shows no codes in the computer and i am unsure where to start
Experienced the same thing with my chevy s10 2wd pickup. Ran fine on the flat, but as soon as I went up a hill or the side of a mountain, I lost all power, and the truck just bogged down so bad that it was embarrassing. Once I crest the hill or mountain side, the truck runs great...problem solved, cracked exhaust manifold. GOOD LUCK. getting the daggone thing off...the bottom two bolts are impossible to get to.
Posted on May 07, 2012
First check for any cracked pipes leading into the intake manifold If all OK (with no codes showing it probably is OK) try checking the fuel pressure regulator. If you smell fuel from the pressure regulator vacuum side arm (when the vacuum line has been disconnected) it needs to be replaced.
Posted on May 28, 2010
Throttle body intake gasket leaking. Spray carb cleaner at base of carb if engine stalls down it is leaking. Spray all the way around bottom and listen for engine to stall if does replace gasket.
Posted on Jan 02, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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