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What would cause a 1995 Blazer to shut down while driving restarting after a few minutes cooling off?

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2005-12-02 00:30:34
2005-12-02 00:30:34

I have a similar problem with my 1995 blazer. I find that wiggling the relays in the glove compartment starts mine up again. So far I have yet to figure out how to permantently fix this.

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