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    2000 blazer w/ 5speed trans prob

    HI all i am new to this forum i have a 2000 chevy blazer with a 5speed trans 4.3l v6 vortec (262ci) i reciently have been having a prob with the trans or at least thats what i think it couldn't be my clutch it is still catching but one day i have had a check engine light on and it was for evap emissons so i replaced my gas cap and the code cleared now all of a sudden when i go to drive no matter what gear i go to when shifting my truck bucks and jerks at high and low rpm i was told its not the trans but could be my injectors or my fuel pressure regulator i have no check engine light on and i need my truck to get to work havent driven it since scared i will cause damage can anyone help me:) i also heard from someone at autozone that the injectors on my truck were giving problems so gm came out with a newer style is this true could this be the prob? i was then also told to try to add injector cleaner and posible change my trans flud i did a complete tune up on truck but couldn't get the fuel filter changed the lines were rusted i was told my fuel filter could be clogged? can anyone out there help me thanks:)

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    Replace your fuel filter first. Cheapest/easiest and the most likely. Could also be your fuel pump.
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    5speed trans problem ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Harley View Post
    Replace your fuel filter first. Cheapest/easiest and the most likely. Could also be your fuel pump.
    thanks i will give that a try and let you know what happens:)

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    Sounds like the fuel pump might be going out.. Make sure you have 60lbs of fuel pressure. I think it needs at least 56lbs not to misfire.

    Mine did that before it died, also first time I started it in the morning would crank over 2-3 extra times before starting.
    Last edited by jcs499; 09-29-2009 at 11:11 PM.

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