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So I've narrowed down my problems with warm starting to either a leaky fpr or nut kit. I figure if I'm going in there I'll do both. I only have one problem... No one around here seems to know what a "nut kit" is?? I haven't cracked the IM to see the part for myself, so I couldn't even tell the parts person if its the wrong part (I usually have to LOL). What is the actual name? Even better would be a link to pictures and such?

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the nut kit is also called the fuel return lines
 
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warm start could also be a coolant temp sensor going out. it dumps more oxygen into the intake to start it up cause it reads as cold.
 
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Thanks guys... I'm still having an issue finding it locally. I haven't checked the dealers, and won't considering previous times checking prices they really gouge you here...

Jason, it's not the coolant sensor, I'm getting too much fuel, and my fuel pressure drops quickly after the engine is shut off.
 
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if you cant find it locally check e-bay i just searched blazer fuel return lines and there are alot listed that will ship to your neck of the woods...good luck
 
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I've checked ebay... It only lists up to 95 models. I have a 97. If it's the same (I don't think it is) I'll gladly pick it up...

EDIT : I may be retarded today... Do I even need to get this part for a 97?? I can't find anything after 95 model years??
 

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No, you do not need this part on a '97. This is only for the CPI motors which were discontinued after the '95 model year. In '96, the SCFI engine took the place of the CPI engine.
 
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Originally Posted by swartlkk View Post
No, you do not need this part on a '97. This is only for the CPI motors which were discontinued after the '95 model year. In '96, the SCFI engine took the place of the CPI engine.
See? Told you I may be retarded today LOL...

Thanks for clearing that up Swart! Saturday I take on the task, will let everyone know how it goes!

Thanks to everyone for their wasted time
 
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