How do you reset check engine light for the 2009 Chevy trail blazer?
The check engine light is triggered by the Engine Control Module (ECM). The ECM receives information from many sensors and determines when to illuminate the check engine light.
Check for vacuum leaks.
Check the motor mounts.
Random cylinder misfire
Check the engine thermostat. Its probably stuck open.
Bulb may be blown or has been removed.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired.
The transmission fluid on a Chevy Blazer can be checked by idling the engine and allowing it to reach operating temperature. The dip stick can then be removed and checked based on the markings provided.
Check for vacuum leak
At key on it should come on for a couple second "bulb check".
You fill in the same place you check it at the top left above your engine
Need to check the 4 corners on the intake manifold. It is common for the intake to leak engine coolant.
You have a severe misfire. See related questions below.
It is important to know what the lights on the dashboard mean. To turn off the check engine light a person needs to repair the issues in the engine.
The engine will develop a skip and the check engine light will illuminate. The code set in the ecm will direct you to which injector is bad.
The idle speed is NOT adjustable it is computer controled. Is the check engine light on ? if so then you MUST have the engine scanned with an engine scanner to see what is wrong.
If the windshield wipers won't turn off on a 2000 Chevy Blazer, check the wiper relay switch. This is usually located in the engine compartment fuse box on top of the battery.
There are many places where one could find maintenance tips for a 200 Chevy Blazer. One could check websites such as Fixya for information regarding maintenance on this vehicle.
Your local Chevrolet dealer or auto parts store can sell you a remanufactured engine or you can check your local salvage yard for a used engine.
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Check the owner's manual.
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YES, It sure can if that is the problem. FIRST you need to have the engine scanned with a OBDII engine scanner to see what CODES the computer has stored.