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98 Blazer misfire issue

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Old 04-06-2010, 09:51 PM
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Default Finally running the way its supposed to

So upon getting everything else together, all the sensors hooked back up we turned the key and she started right up, then i heard a weird sound... started sounding like metal expanding, so i looked under the truck to find the catalytic converter building up with pressure inside to the point that it was expanding rapidly. I grabbed a drill real quick and before i could get the bit all the way in it had so much pressure that it blew the bit out. so then i drilled more holes and low and behold she runs perfect now, just sounds like a hurricane coming down the road. one big battle over....my wife better appreciate all the work i have put in to this ****ing truck. Now to fix the small things and she will be rolling down the road in a matter of days.
 
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Old 03-06-2018, 11:52 AM
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Default 98 blazer wont go over low rpm

Wont go over 30 or so bud id put money on it that your cam sensor has failed and it will start in lymph mode i had a chrysler sebring did exact same thing ran perfect til 2000 rpm then seemed like would die out replace all kinda stuff last thing i changed was the cam sensor fixed it instantly
 
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