Tough to do. The 2.8 V6 is under powered to start with plus it has a carb. I could never get decent mileage when I had mine. Sorry.
Suggestion: I use pure acetone in my gas dank that gives me approx an extra 50 to 75 miles total. The formula i use is 1 /2 oz. of pure acetone per 10 gallons. The acetone aggitates the gas on a moleculor level causeing it to more fully combust. This action gives improved gas milage and actually cuts down on carbon build up on the plugs. REMEMBER ONLY PURE ACETONE!!!!! NEVER ANY WITH FRAGRANCES OR ADDITTIVES. cHECK WALMART!
my chevy blazer 1984 the air conditioner blows from down side only.
When new they got about 20MPG I (this info is from an 84 suburban half ton 2WD, a 93 half ton 2WD ,83 blazer and an 84 half ton pickup 2WD.
no you need one off at least a 1988
My 1980 Blazer has a 16 gallon tank, yours should be similar.
a full size blazer top weighes about 250 to 300 lbs
on the front axel
The bolt pattern on a 1969-1991 K-5 Blazer is 6 on 5.5" (139.7mm).
14,600 miles in 26 years is very low mileage for a motorcycle.
18 gallons. I think, that was what I had in my 88
Starter solenoid? It is attached to the starter.
17 city and 20highway
The Golf wasn't made until 1985. 1984 was the last year of the Rabbit.
typically 12-13 degrees above top dead centre Thanks. I will try that. Just to be sure this is for a 350 engine 3/4 T pickup. Perhaps now my mileage will improve.
I seen it done with 1984 K5 blazer farme.
The city mileage is about 19 mpg, the highway mileage is about 26 mpg. The average is about 22 mpg.
Not unless the 1992 is 4x4.
Between 5000 and 5200 lbs depending on engine and options.
yes it will up to 93 as long as they are bothe 4wd or to wheel drive
Chevrolet introduced the compact S-10 Blazer in the Fall of 1982 as a 1983 model. It was selling for $10,000. The offroad package was added to the 1984 model.
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between 5000 and 5200 lbs depending on the engine (diesel or gasoline)