Yes, it could.
low on oil, crankshaft and bearings bad
Could be several reasons, need to know aprox where it is leaking from.
When mine did that popping noise it was the fuel pump. But it could be a number of things. It depends on exactly what kind of popping. The Chevrolet Blazer wasn't the best of the bunch. They do really well as trucks. But the maintenance is that of a Toyota.
Several problems can cause a 1999 Blazer not to start. There could be a fuel problem or a firing problem. Check for fuel pressure and ignition spark first.
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Loose Lug nuts bad control arm...
There are many places where one could find maintenance tips for a 200 Chevy Blazer. One could check websites such as Fixya for information regarding maintenance on this vehicle.
If you are here looking for the answer then you to invest in a chiltons repair manual for the vehicle cause it is a job that is or could be very complicated.
Yes it could and so could a stuck open thermostat or a plugged heater core or a faulty temperature blend door actuator.
I would like to know if my 2002 chevy blazer with a stock 4.3 vortec pull 2000 lbs ?
If it is just that rim,your brakes could be dragging.Inspect,or have them inspected by a Chevrolet dealer or an ASE certified mechanic.
Distributor cap, rotor, plug wires or spark plugs could do that. Time for a tune up.
Could be the driveshaft.
It is telling you that one of the gauges is not within normal range. It could be you are not charging or overheating or have little or no oil pressure.
A blown fuse could be the reason the window will not go down on your 1988 Chevy Blazer. Another possibility is that the switch is worn out or has a loose, broken, or corroded wire.
The 2001 Chevy Cavalier may need a valve adjustment. Loud valves tend to create a clacking noise which could mimic popcorn popping.
If the blazer is wheezing, it could be transmission, but if it has 4-wheel drive, check to make sure that the gear is correctly shifted.
Could be a plugged fuel filter.
Could be in need of a tune up.
Check for a blown fuse.
Could be a faulty spark plug or spark plug wire.
In theory you could to any vehicle but whether or not you should is the question.