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My Chevy Blazer is not getting any gas to carburetor. Which sensor could be malfunctioning?

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Jo An Holt, Automotive Journalist at Holt & Associates If it is old enough to have a carburetor, it doesn't have any sensors related to fuel delivery anyway. It could have a fuel cutoff switch problem, but that is not a sensor.

Helaine Kurot, Owner/Technician at 360 Automotive If it's a 98, its fuel injected, not carbureted. Take it to a reputable repair shop and have it diagnosed. There should be a test port on the fuel rail to hook a guage up to and see if the fuel pump is putting out anything. If it has pressure, you have an issue somewhere else. If there is no pressure, the fuel delivery system needs to be diagnosed.

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