You have a blown head gasket or a cracked head.
Head gasket or cracked head. Mo
No! The motors are different and require different wiring harnesses and different ecu's
No, different bolt pattern.
Loose converter bolts or a cracked pressure plate.
it may have a cracked circuit board, my blazer had the same problem
NO. The bellhousing is different on the 96 model. Won't work.
NO it will not. They are complete DIFFERENT designs. Will NOT interchange.
My Chevrolet blazer automatic will jump or skip while driving and start losing power/speed.
NO, It is all different. Won't work.
Dodge is listed in a totally different sub -category than Blazer. I think they problem is you not this site.
No it will not work. All the wiring connectors and the computer is different in the 95 not just that but the transmission is designed different.
NO it will not. It's all together different. Not even close.
Physically yes. However it is not as stout a performer, and the computer hook ups are different
Need to replace the ingnetion module in the distributor.
I get 300 miles on full tank, this is based on mainly highway driving(70mph) and some in town driving.
Check wheel bearings.
nope. the wirinng is completely different
NO it will not. The V-8 and V-6 bell housings are a different size.
Cracked head or blown head gasket.
Ignition control module.. located under the distributor The distributor cap is probably cracked and moisture is getting into it. Replace the cap .
I have a 1996 Chev Blazer. ITS A GAS HOG! Under normal city driving I get 450km with 65 litre gas. Don't feel bad my wallet is drained
because it needs serviced.
NO. They are a different body design.
my 98 does the same but not with a/c on. I have only found fuel filter/pump suggestion as with 96 blazer stalling while driving. Will check out and let you know.