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2013 Chevrolet Tahoe LS 2WD 4dr 1500

2013 Chevrolet Tahoe
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Rear Wheel Drive, Sport Utility Vehicle
15 (2012) mpg city / 21 (2012) mpg hwy
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June 20, 2012, 4:57 pm

Andreanna H

Question: my tahoe idles rough, boggs down then stalls, whats wrong?

I have a 98 chevy tahoe 4WD 5.7 liter engine. my trouble is a couple of weeks ago my tahoe started to idle rough then bogg down and stall, it also began to overheat.I had figured it might be my fuel filter so i changes it. the problem continued so i got the code checked and it said my problem was my coolant temperture sensor. i talked to a few people who usually help me with matinence on my tahoe and they said to try cleaning the throttle body, change out the coolant temperture sensor, thermostat, and the idle air control vavle. i have change and cleaned it all but the problem still persists. i am hoping that it isnt my fuel pump. do you have any ideas on what i might need to do?

July 2, 2012, 11:24 am

Elizabeth K

Good troubleshooting article here:

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