siezed engine/dead batteryAnswerpossibly a bad ground Answeryour starter might need to be replaced Answeri have gone thru this with 2 1995 blazers.....although my 1st one didnt seize up, the problem was the same on both....1st of all check your oil level...if its high,your problem is the fuel injection "fuel pressure regulator which sits under the plenum....this goes bad and floods the right bank sometimes getting what seems to be a seized up situation, really whats happening is kinda like getting a vapor lock and the motor will not turn over.....to replace the regulator isn't that tuff....undo the sensors on the top...then unbolt the nuts/bolts(12 or so) starting at the left front corner and working your way around...lift it off in the center you will see your injection "spider"...go to auto zone and pick one up or order it, plus the gasket(the regulator is about $40.00 and gasket is about$6 OR 7...comes with "O" rings and a special screw driver adapter to remove 2 screws (top and bottom)replace and put the plenum back on....bolting back down in the opposite direction....snug all then tighten to specs,hook your sensors lines ,air cleaner,etc...might be a great idea to at least replace the 3 plugs on the roght/passenger side THEN....CHANGE THE OIL/FILTER before starting...what has happened is fuel filled those cylinders,ran right past the pistons into the oil... the motor got whats was basically a vapor lock.....now i had to keep hiting the starter and added a jump from another car for a little extra boost....FINALLY it started to crank over a little at a time then cranked normally, i featherd the gas pedal a little and it finally started,blew a hell of alot of white smoke out.. i drove around nice and easy for awhile...after that, it was fine....by the way...if you saw the beautiful condition this blazer is in, all the receipts from the previous owner, new brakes,new michelin tires, its an LT with all options including leather.... i bought this from the dealership where the guy traded it in... they thought the motor was seized... i bought the blazer for $650.00!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!anyone wanting any other info on this can email meredrx791@Yahoo.com
Could also be an ignition switch..
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.
I had a Chevy blazer with the same problem. It had spark, fuel pressure, good battery & good starter. I sprayed some carburetor quick start spray & it started. They blazers have a problem with the fuel injection.
Control problem, blend door not working are the places to start
more than likely its the fuel pump. common problem
1998 chevy blazer wont start good spark and good fuel presure
No, it would not start.
fuel problem. make sure you have gas of course, check out your fuel pump, injectors, fuel lines etc.
Check and clean your spark plugs that might be the problem.
my 1999 Chevy blazer has spark and fuel getting to it I will not start why
My first guess would be the fuel pump is at fault.
It crank but it dos'nt start recently i pu some gas in the thraun then it start
Chevy cars that start with the letter B,Bolt,Blazer,Beretta,Bel Air,Biscayne,Brookwood,Beauville,
Ignition control module.. located under the distributor The distributor cap is probably cracked and moisture is getting into it. Replace the cap .
does that year have carb or tb?
Probably bad fuel pump.
You have another problem other then the knock sensor if the engine will not start and run. A knock sensor will not cause the engine not to run.
Cheak fuel pression in the morning.
when you try to start it then it's the starter.
A bad engine temp sensor can do that.
It is probably in need of new spark plug wires.
Yes it sure can.
there is a relay in the fuse box. i believe it is the top one, take it out and get it checked to make sure it is good, that is a good place to start pin pointing the problem.
i had the same problem with my 91 blazer turned out it was a combination between bad battery terminals and leaky vacuum hoses so check thoughs and replace if necessary
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.
Check your starter, and all power connections.