Starting my 95 Chevy Blazer was no problem first thing in the morning, but I'd drive it a mile and turned it off. When I'd crank it again, the Blazer seemed flooded and hesitated before it idled normally. Now I'm having problems with it starting and running. It starts up in the morning but will die a short way down the road when I take off and won't restart. Are these 2 things, the flooding and not cranking, related to problems with my Blazer not running?
If the engine doesn't turn over when you try to start it, there could be a problem in the starting circuit or the starter motor. The flooding and subsequent stall may point to another issue. This post may help:
If the engine turns over but doesn't start, check fuel pressure and the injectors. There could be too much fuel going in:
There could be a problem with a stuck injector:
If necessary, clean the injectors.
Updated on October 9, 2019
By Dan Ferrell