yes it would or it might be the starter
The starter solenoid is attached to the starter. Follow the positive battery cable from the battery, it will lead you to the starter solenoid. The starter would have to be removed to replace the starter solenoid.
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.
I would recommend 500 minimum.
It is mounted on the starter motor itself. When you get another starter, it will have the solenoid mounted on it already. If it is bad, just replace the starter, I would not change just the solenoid.
the starter may not be good or the connection on the starter may be loose
unbolt neg battery cable, remove wires from starter solenoid, unbolt starter 45 min job
Make sure battery is fully charged Seized engine? Loose or corroded battery cables? Bad ground cable? Bad starter? Bad starter solenoid? Carefully jump across small trigger wire and starter feed Bad neutral safety switch? Bad ignition switch?
why would my starter wire burn, going from starter to battery
first find out if the engine is getting spark or fuel. if the engine is not turning over or absolutely nothing is happening, find out if the starter is receiving current.
You have a problem with the charging system, probably a bad alternator.
There are a few things that would make a Chevy van not start. The first things to check would be the battery, the alternator, and the starter.