1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, clockwise. Sorry but it is counter clockwise
its probably on the front right side of the axle and you just unscrew it and put a new one in if you are lucky. I just changed mine in my Chevrolet silverado and had to put in a new wiring harness ------------------------------------------ On a 97 Blazer it is underneath the battery. Remove the battery and the plate it sits on. It is below there.
Your 2004 Chevrolet trail blazer and battery light indicator is always on because the battery has sufficient charge.
If you have 2004 Chevrolet trail blazer and your battery light indicator is on, it is probably because of voltage across the battery is 12.1v.
They are under the panel on the engine. Just unscrew and replace them.
1, 3, 4, 2. Clockwise.
check your regulator. it maybe over charging your battery
The starter cable for the 99 Blazer is connected to the battery cable below the battery tray. A plastic box encloses a fuse that connects that battery cable to the starter cable and the chassis power.
the answer to your question is yes the fuel pump on a 1997 blazer is in the fuel tank the easy way to do this is to drain the fuel disconect the battery remove the straps after supporting the tank lower the tank about half way to three fourths disconect wiring remove the large metal ring by tapping counter clockwise and work out the old fuel sending unit then replace with new unit doing the reverse procedure.
Under your battery tray
constant draw on the battery? dome light on? old battery?
Disconnect the negative battery cable from the battery.
Take the blazer to a local autozone to have the battery tested for FREE! but the blazer would not start if it sat for a couple days or so. also it would start hard, but once it started it would run fine.
disconnect the 91 blazer cables at the battery. One at a time, disconnect the cable at the opposite end, then pull it out. Put the new cable in, routing it the same way, then connect the non battery end. do the same for the other cable, then connect the cables to the battery.
It is mounted on top of the starter, to the starter. Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you right to it.
I have a 2004 blazer and my manual shifter is removed by turning the hex nut just below the actual shifter clockwise. This may sound counter-intuitive as that is the direction to tighten but this spins the nut away from the shifter so the shifter is free to spin (counter-clockwise). So.... 1. Push boot around shifter down toward floorboard to expose shaft/nut coming out of tranny/gearbox 2. Turn nut clockwise to get away from shifter ( i used a small crescent ) i used a combo of 1st gear and reverse to get the right angles to fit wrench in. 3. Turn by hand the shifter (counter-clockwise) to remove. Or use pipe wrench with cloth around shifter to start the motion if stuck. Use a thick cloth to not scratch paint. 4. Nut and shifter are both free now. 5. This is also how you adjust the height of your shifter if you wish. Hope this helps
Under the battery tray. You need to remove the battery and battery tray to gain access.
you have to carefully and swiftly remove the rear tires and spin drive shaft 4 time counter clockwise to engage the syncro mesh in the tranmission so the harmonic balancer will be in tune the the quad box which is next to the flux capacitor
You have to use the flat end (looks like a big flat-head screwdriver) of the tire iron to crank it down from under the back of the truck. There is a small hole in the bumper to the right of the license plate. Counter clockwise lowers it.
where dose the vacuum under the battery come from