I have a 2000 chevy blazer and it barely starts every morning. It takes about 10-15 cranks for it to kick in. Once it has started though I usually don't have any problems after that until the next morning. It has been less than a year since I replaced the fuel filter. In the last 3 weeks I did a complete tune-up: new spark plugs, oil filter, spark plug wires. I replaced the air temperature sensor. I did the three step fuel injection cleaning. I am still having the same problem with the starts in the morning.
I used a code scanner from autozone and everything came up fine. Lately my service engine light will appear on some starts but then immediately turn off.
Please Help! Does anyone have a clue on what I should check next?
have the same problem?
Monday, May 12th, 2008 AT 10:42 AM