Follow the positive battery cable from the battery down, the other end will be attached to the starter.
you have to remove the starter to replace the relay and the relay cost almost as much as the whole starter so you are better off just replacing the whole starter.
I think they're 14mm and i think there is 2 plus the nuts on the wires
The best way would be to replace the damaged panel.
You will have to drop the tank and the pump is inside
The starter on a 91 Chevy cav. is located at the lower front end of the engine. You can get to it better by jacking the front of the car and attacking it from underneath.
I had to replace the ditigal cluster in my 91 Chevy S10 at the cost, brand-new, of $400.00. Mechanic charged $100 for labor.
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.
In the dip stick tube in the engine bay.
On the drivers side of the throttle body.
u have to take the hole thing apart to get to a small screw to take the switch out
replace heater core in a 1991 Chevy work truck 1500
on the starter. Chevy has always put the starter solenoid on the starter. It is the cylinder on top of the starter that is about two inches inb diameter with all the wirs connected to it.
If the blazer had a v8 in it No if it had a 2.8 or a 4 cylinder Yes if it had a 4.3 engine.
Neither, I believe it's electric.
I have always used 10w30. never had any problems.
on a 91 blazer s10 4wd
your question should be , whats the proper pressure for the tiers on my 91 s-10 blazer this information is embossed on your tiers
3 bolts on starter, pull ,remove wires from start insert new starter and reattach wires and bolt into transmission
i had the same problem with my 91 blazer turned out it was a combination between bad battery terminals and leaky vacuum hoses so check thoughs and replace if necessary
It is located under the AC and Heat instrument panel
No, you can replace the grill without removing the radiator.
It is in the gas tank. Need to remove fuel tank to service.
Is it blowing cold air only or not blowing any air at all.