I have an 88 S-10 with a 4.3 V6, and she's been acting up a bit on me lately. I was driving home from work on I66, through the remains of Hurricane Jeanne, when all the sudden, my truck started slowing down. Because of the noise from the storm, I couldn't tell if my engine was running or not, although my gauges were all good, and I didn't have any idiot lights on. I gave it more gas, and nothing happened for 2-3 seconds, until suddently the truck downshifted and surged forward. I kept to the slow lane for a while, paying very close attention to how my truck was driving, when I started to notice my engine start to 'hitch' every now and then- especially on hills. However, I still didn't have any warning lights. When I pulled into a gas station to tank up, the engine died on her own as soon as I pulled up to the pump. After gassing up, she started right back up. I made it home on back roads without a problem, and made in to work this morning as well. The only thing I can think of is that I may have water in my gas or a bad sending unit- I was just under half a tank at the gas station. If I was having an electrical problem, my dash would have lit up like a Xmas tree, but it didn't. My fuel pump is less than a year old, and I replaced my ignition wires last spring. Anybody have any other ideas?