if you're having a gap between your door and frame, check your hinges to see if the bushings or pins are wearing out. this is pretty common with Chevy s-10s and blazers. go to your local body shop and it'll cost you approx $25 to fix (you have to replace the pins and bushings and this problem should be solved). or if you have a few friends who are willing to hold the door up for you while you replace them stop into your local parts store and pick 2 sets up, 1 for the top hinge and 1 for the bottom hinge. on my dad's sonoma his pin actually has fallen out from and the door pretty much will fall off one of these days. on my s-10 the top pins bushings are worn out and it tilts a bit. i talked to a friend who works at a gmc garage and he said if you don't take care of it, eventually it will bend your door frame so that it won't fit properly even if you decide to fix it. !
Try loosing the bolts that hold the hinge to the body. Just enough to raise or lower the door. Then tighten and adjust accordingly. You can adjust the striker bolt to get a tighter closing door. You loosen it and push it further back for a tighter fit or pull it out some for a looser fit. Hope this helps.
On the driver side mirror adjust turn the adjust knob clockwise and that will allow you to adjust the driver side mirror. Turn the adjust knob back counterclockwise for the driver side mirroradjust
The fuel gauge fuse on 1998 Chevy blazer is located in the front of the blazer. It is on the driver side next to the hook latch.
It would depend on what is wrong with it.
how do you replace seatbelt retractor on a 2000 chevy blazer
Behind Driver Side Wheel
With a screw driver
it is in the radiator core support on the driver side under the headlight
inside driver frame rail under driver seat
The fuse box for the fuel gauge on 1998 Chevy blazer is located on the driver side. It is near the hook latch.
Behind the alternator on the driver side!
open the driver side door. look on the side of the dash there it is
Professionals would use a screwdriver
The Chevy Blazer with a 4.3l engine has a firing order of 1-6-5-4-3-2. The number one cylinder is on the driver side closest to the front of the Blazer.
I don't believe it is (driver-)adjustable unless you have power seats.
look on the driver side door the tire size should be 235x75x15 or 235x70x15 CAN A 31X10.5 r 15 FIT ON A 2000 bLAZER ?
Look on the inside of your driver door it should say
It should be, yes.
Allows the driver to adjust mirrors from the seating position he will be in when he uses them. Also allows him to safely adjust mirrors while driving.
The ground adjacent to the bumper
If the driver's side seems to be about 1 1/2 inches lower than the passenger side on a 1996 Blazer, this could be a problem with the shocks. The shocks hold hydraulic fluid that sometimes dries up over time. Change both shocks and it should fix the problem.
Not sure you can adjust it, but there is a dealer-available extension. I'm not sure it costs anything.
Under vehicle, driver side, below bed area, driver side of fuel tank, mounted on frame rail in fuel line.
Driver side behind alternator. You must remove alternator to change it