your looken at oround 4 thousand to do so, your better off trading your blazer off and getting a 4 wheel drive.
ALL u would have 2 do is buy a Transmission or extension housing A intermediate housing A Transfer Case A shifter assembly A complete Front Axle & front drive shaft A New or have another rear drive shaft made.a Vaccume switch & assembly if a NEW axle is used.New springs & mounts 4 the Front axle.OR buy one already 4 wheel drive.:->
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.
very very difficult.
a full size blazer top weighes about 250 to 300 lbs
With the right tools and knowledge, no.
Bottom right corner on the radaitor. It's there just hard to see.
Sounds to me like your Vacum booster behind the master cylinder is weak or bad!
Spark Plugs need replaced Bad or Old Distributor or even a weak fuel pump, or old fuel filter.
Hard to say, they have several intakes and carburetors for that application.
no it not hard it should be the pulley the fan is bolted to. I changed mine a couple of weeks ago
I could not get mine out so I took it to moter specialist
the s series blazers do not have removable hard tops. it is only the k5 blazers/ jimmys that have them
the fullsize has a small block Chevy V8 its firing order is 18436572 On my 93 blazer it has a point sticking out of the timing cover on drivers side its hard to see the crank has 2 marks i set mine on the 2nd one it works fine
You have to drop the fuel tank and the pump is on the top. It is not that hard to do. We just did one in a 1999.
Sometimes a piece of carbon will get caught in the EGR Valve. If is is hard starting, idles rough, and the brakes are hard, check the EGR Valve, it probably has a piece of carbon stuck, keeping it open.
iF YOU HAVE ANY MECHANICAL SENSE IT WILL BE NO PROBLEM, iT CAN BE DONE IN A MATTER OF A FEW HOURS DONE BY SOMEONE THAT KNOWS LEFTY LOOSEY RIGHTY TIGHTY.
There are 6 altogether. 4 on the sides and 2 in the rear. They are hard to install and keep from leaking so I suggest you take it to a garage.
There is no headlight relays for this year, I have the same vehicle and I was pissed to find out its hard wired directly through the headlight switch itself.
What i do is put it in reverse and go about 10 feet and brake a little hard then put it in drive. it always works for me when that happens
Replace the fuel filter and if it still acts up have the fuel pressure tested. It should have 41 to 47 psi.
No power assist Severe vacuum leak Bad brake booster
I have been told the 1976 to 1991 K5 Blazer and K5 Jimmy by GM have the same size factory hard top. So I belive a 1977 and 1990 should be able to be swapped.
When not used, they do get stuck and hard to shift. I had this with my 93. I put it in neutral and forced it into 4 wheel low. After it went, it is now easier to shift into.
very very hard
The four wheel drive S10 with the 4.3L engine motor mounts are very hard to do even on a lift. It's not a job I would attempt at home in the driveway. The two wheel drive S10, 4.3L is easier.
because its a gm vehicle