Need to know first if you have sealed beam headlights (those will have the single bulb with the dual filaments) or composite headlights (those will have two bulbs) in order to answer this question.
The only way your headlights can come on when you press on the brake pedal is a crossed wire. The brake light wire and the headlight wire can be frayed and touching each other.
Yes it will fit.
Being a Blazer it probably has the 4.3L V6.
Most major auto parts stores can get you a diagram of the ignition wiring for a 1995 S10 Blazer. You can also research the ignition wiring at your local library.
The 1995 s10 blazer may have a damper. The damper will look like a shock connected to the steering assembly. You can look under the front end to see for sure.
The 95 S10 4.3L still uses the distributor.
No it will not SORRY.
which hoses???????? you need to be more presice
yes on top of ecm
is it a 4x4?? yes
You do not ,you replace it .
you will need the wire harness and radiator core support
see related link i have a 94 s10 blazer and if you use your key with the back hatch handle you can open it
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A 1995 S10 with the 4.3 L TBI requires 41 to 47 psi fuel pressure.
Chevy did not use a crankshaft sensor in 1995.If it won't fire then I would check the ignition module in the distributor and more then likey replace it. Also check the ignition coil and WIRE / coil wire.
What causes heat to only come out of the defrost and vent but not the floor of a 1995 S10 Blazer?
97-98 Chevy blazer/S10 headlights on/offI had the same problem on my 1997 s-10 blazer. Check the daytime running light modual under the dash,center,behind accessory outlets(cig.lighter).