At the base of the battery on the same side as the terminals you will see a 13mm bolt. That bolt is holding down a wedge that secures the battery in the tray. Remove the bolt then the wedge.
5 QTS is what it holds.
My Blazer 4.3L vortec holds about 4.5 - 5 quarts
A 1999 Chevrolet Blazer 2 dr fuel tank holds 19 US gallons.
I have a 2500 Suburban. It holds 38 gal.
18 us gals is what mine holds 18 us gals is what mine holds
19 It also depends on what year you have, I have a 2002 S10 Blazer and it only holds 18 gallons.
The relay is attached to the bracket that holds the wiper motor to the hatch.
I have a 2000 ZR2 it holds 19 gal.
My ( 1995 ) Ford Explorer four door holds ( 79.5 liters / 21 U.S. gallons ) The 1997 Ford Explorer four door should be similar I don't know what a 1995 Chevy Blazer holds
4.3 liter vortex motor holds 18 gal.
The 95 and 97 should be the same, and my 97 holds 18 gallons.
well, im no expert but i think its THAT PAN THAT BOLTS TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BLOCK AND HOLDS OIL.
I'm semi-sure it's called a spare tire carrier.
The 4.3L engine holds 4.5 qts with filter change.
Bone dry, it holds less than a quart but more than a pint.
remove cables, removed strut above battery, cannot move battery..is abttery attached at bottom..how to loosen whatever holds battery in place..
Available with instructions at auto parts store
There are two clips on the wall that holds the headlights. Push the clips away and pull the headlight housing out.
There is a small screw...torx or Allen head that holds it to the mount. Loosen this and slide the mirror up. Comes right off.
take off the belt unplug the wire connector form the back of alternator take the nut off the back of the alternator that holds the wire that is connected to the positive battery terminal and take the two bolts on the bottom of alternator that holds it to the engine
See this link.
Trim Panel Retainers Clips hold the door trim in place on a 1999 Chevrolet Blazer.
No. The magazine hold the BB's. the Battery compartment holds the Battery
Yes, they are commonly referred to as "c-clips". All rear GM 10 bolt rear axles are retained by c-clips.
the 2005 Chevy equinox holds 5 quarts of oil