Feb 4, 2012 Sep 25, 2009 Dec 06, 2015 There isn't one. In between can have several can have up to several fresh air hoses for the crankcase or valve cover. It has two injectors on the top. This has been a problem with past Chevrolet Blazers that I've driven, and still makes its presence felt on the new Blazer. If I remember right, each injector has its own electrical connection. This does not happen all the time but I would say 2 times out of 10 it will happen. Can't locate where we would re attach the new vacuum line to the tcase.
I have packed 3 large suitcases, camping and fishing gear, dog stuff, snacks, blankets and pillows in the rear compartment and it fit well and still had power to go thru the mountains. On the other hand, bouncing up and down in a sport utility can induce motion sickness. I took the brake pad assembly and the wheel hub off and did not notice anything wrong. I usually have to give it a little gas to get it going. Transfer case switch is electric.
Now If I crank it fast at times, it will not start. This does not happen all the time but I would say 2 times out of 10 it will happen. I would like to fix it correctly. I have a 1998 Chevy S10 Blazer with the computer climate control. But it's had it's share of problems so I'd only buy one if you got a really good deal.
If it was my truck I would start by replacing the fuel filter also adding Iso-heat if in cold weather because it is the cheapest possibility. More time consuming than hard. For a while now, my s-10 has been acting up in the rearend. Easily gets sideways even for the little 4. It was too hot to touch, and without a cooling system, it had to be cooking the diff fluid.
Changed it and sound was gone and shifted even easier. Not the the 3 hose vacuum switch seen all over the inter web. Tybird01 answered 7 months ago I have a different scenario to share that may help someone else who has this problem. If tha doesn't work try pulling the abs fuse and drive it! Relatively comfortable and love the adjustable lumbar support. I can not figure this out and neither can my mechanic. The procedure is too lengthy… Problem is that the heater core is the highest point in the cooling system.
I have only ever had to do major maintenance once - Intake manifold gasket. It actuates the actuator under the battery. You can also compare vehicle part numbers with online aftermarket parts websites. The best way to check it is to remove it and see if the plunger is stuck up inside of the body. Can't see anything in there can't feel anything. Primary Use: Family transportation Solid Little Suv Built For The City Or The Trails.
Now with a new Interstate battery I still got have trouble starting my car at times. So I traded it for a 98 Frontier, also a great truck. How reliable is this blazer going to be in the future. I would ask you local parts store or a dealer's parts department. I can be going 5mph and it will pop. His ending up being the rubber bushings on the torsion bar crossmember that were causing the sound.
I found this problem by reading the posts on this site. I would tell people to get this car if they want a cruiser. It's slowly been getting worse, and now my service eng soon light is on most of the time. I am about to try this myself after reading similar forums which led me to try out myself. I recently had it took in to meineke for a brake job estimate because both front and rear wheels are squeeling and its like the front brakes are locked up and the abs code c0265 came up. Please or to join the conversation. They will have a listing of part numbers that are compatible.
It would take 2 tries to start my car. Seems to be relatively common in the S10 world. If that still doesn't fix it pull out the fuel pump and take it to a part store or mechanic to test it. Replace if necessary… Need to know what year 4. I do remember getting under there and spitting on the differential, and it sizzled.