if they are both automatics then mabey. check the tag on the back of the t-case. the 90 is an NP231c. the 85 might be an NP207c. which is the older version of the 231 but not as desirable. if 1 is a stick and the other auto i think the spline counts are different
Yes, a 2000 GMC Jimmy hood is compatible to a 2000 Chevy Blazer. This is only on the S10 Blazer though.
yes it is
Chevrolet Tahoe are full size SUVs from General Motors. Chevrolet and GMC sold two different sized SUVs under their Blazer/Jimmy model names through the early 1990. Chevrolet Tahoe is produced on 2009.
should be..... a jimmy is a blazer with a GMC label on it
Jim Blazer goes by Jimmy.
Yes the 1994 trans will physically bolt up to the jimmy engine. Unfortunately, the electronic transmission controls for the two vehicles are very different and are not compatible.
You can get a exploded view (blue print) from the Part Source along with the torque specs. It will have the procedure as well
The bolt pattern for a 2001 GMC Jimmy is 5 by 4.75 inches. The bolt patter is the same for a full size Blazer and the S10 Blazer.
Windshields from 83-94 S-model Blazer/Jimmy and 83-93 S10/S15's are all the same. NO, AN 84 JIMMY/BLAZER IS A FULL SIZE TRUCK. ALL S10/S15S ARE MID SIZE TRUCKS.
1/2 TON BLAZER/ JIMMY SUBURBAN/ TAHOE /YUKON 2X4 00-06 15x6(7) 6x139.7 14x1.5 78.3 L 1/2 TON SUBURBAN/ TAHOE /YUKON 2X4 07-UP 16"-20" 6x139.7 14x1.5 78.3 M/H 1/2 TON BLAZER/ JIMMY SUBURBAN/ FULL SIZE 4X4 71-91 15x7 6x139.7 7/16-RH 78.3 L TAHOE/ YUKON DENALI/ FULL SIZE 07-UP 17"-20" 6x139.7 14x1.5 78.3 M/H TAHOE/ YUKON DENALI/ FULL SIZE 4X4 92-06 16x7 6x139.7 14x1.5 78.3 M TAHOE/ YUKON 2X4 92-99 15x(6)7 5x127 14x1.5 78.3 L
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.
Most GM light duty vehicles from 1993 - 2003 which are equipped with the 4.3 V6. These include the Blazer/Jimmy/Bravada, S10/S15, Astro/Safari (when equipped with the 4.3 V6), C/K pickups (when equipped with the 4.3 V6), etc.
yes they are the same
No, it was optional for all years of the Gen 2 (95 - 03) Blazer, Jimmy, and Aurora.
To test a crankshaft position sensor on a 1996 Jimmy Blazer, use a CKP sensor to test for voltage output. Compare the results to manufacturer specifications.
he did lawn bowls with Jeff french!
Jimmie talks about his Chevy Tahoe 4x4.
Every new process transfer case I have ever worked on took 80\90, which you can identify by smell. My '84 Jimmy with a 700R4 trans uses ATF in the transfer case. Easy enough to tell when you open the fill plug, or if changing the fluid, you'll see when draining.
You really need to give more information in your question to get an answer. Cost? Dissasembly instructions? failure symptoms? Replacement proceedure? What size engine? is it a 4x4? Repost question please
were is the heater relay on1996 jimmy?
Yes, 96-7 are interchangable.
In 1969. It was also called the "GMC Jimmy".
i have not found a blazer or jimmy that gets over15 mpg no matter what ya do to it.