02 trailblazer engine goes to idle when running 65 mph or more this has only happened when pulling a trailer it will run fine when you pull over and let it sit for a second or so then it will do it ag?
It's probably fuel starved. check the fuel filter. i am having the same problem only now it happend when i was not towing. i changed my fuel filter and it still did it. i think it may be a fuel pump going bad. i did take it to a shop but they had no clue what they were doing and told me that my truck was fine. i told them to test the pump with a guage but i don't think they did it right.please let me know what you find. thanks. firstname.lastname@example.org
It is for the trailer running lights.
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when your not pulling a trailer in New Jersey?
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when your not pulling a trailer in New jersey?
Anywhere from 8 pulling a trailer to 15 running empty at 60 mph.
Trailer is way more bigger than a semi-trailer. Common misconception between a trailer and a semi-trailer. Technically, a trailer has wheels in front and rear and is hitched to a pulling vehicle (car,truck,etc.) A semi- trailer only has wheels in the rear and is hitched to a pulling vehicle (car,truck,etc.)
That really depends on what kind of trailer it's pulling. If it's pulling something like an RGN lowboy, or double drop trailer, that trailer may only have about two inches of ground clearance.
2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 3.42 axle = 5,300 lbs trailer, 10,000 lbs GCWR 2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 3.73 axle = 5,700 lbs trailer, 10,500 lbs GCWR 2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 4.10 axle = 6,200 lbs trailer, 11,000 lbs GCWR 4WD Trailblazer L6 engine capacities are 200 lbs below those listed above. 2WD Trailblazer EXT L6 engine capacities are 100 - 200 lbs below those listed above. 4WD Trailblazer EXT L6 engine capacities are 400… Read More
Per the owners manual; 2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 3.42 axle = 5,300 lbs trailer, 10,000 lbs GCWR 2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 3.73 axle = 5,700 lbs trailer, 10,500 lbs GCWR 2WD Trailblazer L6 engine 4.10 axle = 6,200 lbs trailer, 11,000 lbs GCWR 4WD Trailblazer L6 engine capacities are 200 lbs below those listed above. 2WD Trailblazer EXT L6 engine capacities are 100 - 200 lbs below those listed above. 4WD Trailblazer EXT L6 engine… Read More
Pulling a trailer requires more energy than carrying a heavy load.
Not unless the trailer itself is the cargo.
How much will a ticket be for driving in the wrong lane while pulling a small trailer in Pasadena CA?
how much for going 70 mph while pulling trailer
When driving a tractor pulling double trailers which trailer should be first one behind the trailor?
If you're pulling doubles, the first trailer is either the longest one (if you're running Rocky Mountain doubles--a 48 foot and a 28 foot) or the one with the biggest load. If you're pulling triples, the same deal applies--heaviest hooks to the tractor, next heaviest in the middle and lightest in the back.
In a horse trailer, by truck or car pulling the trailer. you can find them advertized in the newspaper.
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when not pulling a trailer in Washington state?
the last trailer
They don't, they get poorer mileage pulling or hauling anything.
dodge Dakota 1993 looses power pulling trailer up hills, whats wrong?
Speeding while pulling trailer.
tow a trailer yes any vehichle should be able to tow a small trailer See related link for video of Toyota echo pulling trailer.
It's supposed to have one with any open deck trailer, if the trailer doesn't have its own headboard (which an RGN won't).
It is not harmful but it dangerous.
Yes, a Chevy Trailblazer may be towed behind a motor home, provided the proper hitch, and trailer are used, and the towing vehicle has enough torque.
A multi axle truck, refers in most occurrences, to a type of trailer that is being pulled behind a semi. In some instances a semi may be pulling one trailer behind it and other times it may be pulling two trailers. On each trailer there are two axles which attach to the tires. So if you see a sign that says $.50/axle and a semi truck is pulling a trailer, he will have to pay… Read More
The owners manual suggests 3rd gear for larger trailers or boats.
Yes, unless you are pulling a trailer.
the first one
Lights are required on a boat trailer to proven those from behind running into your boat trailer. This is especially important at dark where it is difficult to see an unlit trailer.
MGTW is the acronym of Maximum Gross Trailer Weight. This means the mass of the trailer plus the mass of all freight, consumables and equipment loaded on the trailer when in a definite underway pulling condition.
Pulling the trailer is not a problem the issue is stopping it with the xterra. = ask yourself == Does trailer have brakes? Surge or electric will be needed.
Is it legal to keep your trailer hitch attached to your truck when your not pulling a trailer in new york?
It is legal to keep your ball mount in the hitch when you are not towing in new york.
"Semi truck" has become common usage for a Class 7 or 8 truck driver pulling a trailer which is mounted by a fifth wheel, but can be applied to any truck pulling a trailer which is fifth wheel mounted.
check your gauges first is it running hot ? is the oil pressure ok ? if the engine seems to be running fine then it could be a bad ground theres alot of things that could cause this but those are the easyest to determine
Because the trailer increases the overall weight (thus decreasing the power-to-weight ratio) and drag coefficient.
no you have to be over 25 to drive a horse lorry or a 4x4 pulling a trailer your not allowed to drive at 16 let alone drive a horse trailer!
Measure from the point the trailer connects to the truck to the center of trailer axle ( if a tandem axle trailer measure to the center point between axles) multiply by 2 and this will have you close to turning radius.
That's called a "bobtail".
If you're pulling doubles or triples, it'll be the lightest one.
Liability coverage extends from the vehicle that is pulling a trailer, boat, or camper. This means if you are backing up in a parking area and the camper hits another vehicle the liability coverage will cover the damage to the other vehicle. Even if you are going down the road and the trailer comes loose the liability is still attached to the trailer and damage it does to another persons property is covered by liability… Read More
2002 trailblazer 2wd ls you want to pull a boat aproxmntly 3300-4000 lbs can this vehicle handle it?
yes it can handle it we pull a 4000# travel trailer with are 4WD. make sure you have brakes on your trailer of course
It's used to refer to the power unit of a semi-articulated tractor-trailer. In reality, any truck pulling a trailer could be considered a truck tractor.
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When my running lights are working on my trailer my turn signal lights and brake lights don't work but if running lights are off turn signal and brake lights work?
I would check the running lights for one with a short. I had the same sort of thing with my trailer and I spent way to much time troubleshooting the brake and signal wires. Turns out a running light bulb connector was grounding out on the trailer and messing it all up.
yes they are in fact they can out stand a tractor trailer pulling a car and they are in between it is pretty amazing.
a sheet pulling lift