Underneath the vehicle connected to the exhaust pipe coming from the engine. If you look under the vehicle you will see it.
It sounds like a universal joint to me, it's an easy repair and cheap too.
it is located between the grill and the radiator. easiest to get to by coming up from underneath behind the grill
There is an output coming from the VSS (Vehicle Speed Sensor) and an input going into the ECM (Engine Control Module).
how can you tell when a weather change is coming
The 2001 Chevy Blazer does have an ignition security system that is controlled by the computer in the vehicle. The light might come on because of an error that is coming up in the computer due to a key problem or an ignition problem. This is a common issue with the 2000 and 2001 Blazer.
They bring warm weather if it is coming from the south and cold weather if it is coming from the north.:]
open the hood while looking straight ahead to your right by your headlight theres a metal cylinder with two metal hoses coming out of it directly underneath it is your engine oil filter
In bad weather using vehicle high beams is acceptable when no other vehicle is in front of you. The high beam can increase visibility but can be blinding to drivers coming from the other direction or in the rear view mirrors of drivers ahead of you. It It should not be used in foggy driving conditions as the fog will reflect the high beam back at the driver making it harder to see.
There is no weather pattern to look for. Tsunamis are not a weather-related event.
I need a diagram for the 1991 Chevy blazer to see where the 3 hoses go to coming off the transfer case.
A rattling sound from underneath a car can be anything. It can be a Loose, worn out, broken, or even a bent part. Sometimes a foreign object can be stuck to the bottom of the vehicle. One thing you have to keep in mind, don't rely on where you think the sound is coming from while your sitting inside the vehicle, Sound resonates from under the vehicle.From my past experience as a mechanic, The most commonrattling noise from under a vehicle at Idle was the 'Heat Shield' from the exhaust.The best thing to do is to inspect and listen from the underside of the vehicle to pinpoint the location of the rattle...
The weather people know when a hurricane is coming because they have weather instruments. Or maybe the satellites in the atmosphere take pictures of energy and broadcast it to the weather station.
They look on the weather channel. If a tornado is coming, weather people will send a Tornado Warning. That means a tornado is coming. So try and be ready if it strikes your neighborhood.
wheel bearings, worn brake pads, dry u-joints could be one of many sound travels on a vehicle but start with those
http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?UseCase=S001&UserAction=viewSimpleDiagInfo&Parameters=info sounds like u need a complete new exhaust on your vehicle
person coming from behind
The fuel filter is located underneath the vehicle, driver side, almost under the driver seat. You can't miss it, just follow the gas lines coming from the fuel tank.
the vehicle has odd fumes coming from the trunk
weather maps provide info like if storms are coming or if the weather outside is hot or cold.
We have inclement weather coming soon.
When the air pressure is rising or what is known as High pressure it means good weather is coming such as mostly sunny skies.
Before I can answer that question, can you describe where the ticking noise is coming from? Front of the vehicle? Rear? Engine? Is it coming from your Wheels? If its coming from the front of the vehicle you might require an oil change. If its coming from the rear of the vehicle it could be your axle. If its coming from your wheels it could be either wheel bearings or a backing plate for your brakes. Does it happen at regular intervals? Are they random and sporadic?