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I have a 2001 chevy tracker and its been shutting off after idling ruff for a few minutes...sometimes...then it takes several minutes of turning over or cooling down to start up...when it finally does I have to rev it to about 7000 rpms to get it to stay on and during that process it back fires a few times. It seems to have a problem going at higher speeds or up hills ( I have to give it extra gas) I sea foamed the induction twice via seafoam spray into throttle body and the liquid in my fuel. I

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 14-10-2019

Answers :

To start with, 7000 RPM would be red line for that engine.
Yes the O2 sensor being disconnected or faulty would cause the problems you described. Once you fix that and have the code cleared see if it comes back and how the truck runs.
If the oil pressure switch is disconnected your gauge would not work, or the light would not come on when the engine is off, and the fuel pump may not get power with the engine running.
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