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not much. probably doesn't tow the blazer that well
Well first of all you need to specify what the problem with it is
that's depends on what size motor you are planing to fit if its the same motor then yeah i can be a little bit bigger as well
On the Passenger side of the motor down by the wheel well.
A failing fuel pump could do that.
The answer is detailed very well at our enthusiasts forum at www.trailvoy.com
It is located behind the wheel well on pasenger side. Next to the transmission case.
It's located on the coolant reservoir on the passenger side fender well.
Pry the knob off and remove threaded lock ring for 79 blazer as well all 79 Chevy truck without locking latch.
i have a 2001 Chevy blazer and to be honest, i don't believe the blazers have an air cabin filter. my dad has a silverado and he replaced his today and was asking me if my blazer had one, and i looked in the owners manual as well as in my hanes manual and niether of them said anything about a cabin air filter. if you find that they do have one, then ull have to get back to me
A fair number of parts will be compatible. Some will not be - for example, if you want to put a 98+ front end on a 94 - 97 Blazer, you'll need the core support from a 98+ Blazer, Jimmy, Bravada, S10, or S15. If you have sealed beam headlights (most commonly seen on 2WD 94 - 97 models), you'll need the wiring harnesses for the lights, as well.
well, im no expert but i think its THAT PAN THAT BOLTS TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BLOCK AND HOLDS OIL.
well did this happen to happen to you too!!
there are 3 O2 sensors on the 4.3 Vortec V6 Blazer ( I have a 99 as well) 1 is on each exhaust downpipe forward of the catalytic converter, the 3rd is just aft of the converter.
Generally you would need to have a replacement alternator which is only around $60 and it is refurbished but a 1999 Chevy Tahoe alternator should work just as well
The rear brake on that side may be locking up and getting extremely hot.
R134a R134a freon and also don't forget to add oil as well..........
Well, if it's a Chevy truck, usually a 700R4 will be the type of transmission put in a 1992. Or a 4L60E. - Aaron
Probably the switch on the lever that the brake pedal is attached to.
It's doing well if it's lasted that long. Whatever you're doing, keep it up.
All model years use R134a - the car entered production in 1999, well after R134a had become mandatory.
i got a rebuilt tranny plus install for my 98 blazer for 1800 from lee miles, i also had problems with it (the torque converter came loose once and it stated leaking trans fluid as well at one point.)
In a Chilton's repair manual for that vehicle. You can find them in a well stocked auto parts store.
I don't blame you for not knowing, it is in an odd place, it is under the hood in front of the left inner fender well. Yes you have to get at it from the top.