chevy blazer fan bolts are a 13 mm bolt. There will be 4 of them
You did not mention the engine size. Regardless, it is in the thermostat housing on the intake manifold.
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.
its a m10 1.50.
195 degrees F.
6 on 5.5
dont know exact size , but it is a metric size
follow the top radiator hose from the radiator to the manifold I believe it is there in a housing that attaches to rear end of top radiator hose
the bolt pattern is 5x4.75 and the extremes ran 16x8 rims
size of bolt on break calliber on Chevy trailblazer
It takes a 3/8" allen wrench to r & r that caliper bolt.
They are Metric bolts, 12 or 13 millimeter I think.
look at the info sticker inside drivers door. My 89 blazer came with 31x10.5x15 from the factory.
10 bolt 7.5
No, the bolt 219 W is not the correct size bolt for the 1989 Ford F150. The bolt pattern for that make/model of vehicle is 5.5 x 5 lug. The F150 is one of the larger trucks that Ford manufactures.
The thermostat is located in a houseing right behind the water pump. There will be a two bolt flange take the two bolt out and replace the thermostat there will be a rubber o-ring that goes around your thermostat make sure you get the right one because i think there is two different types.I think the two bolts are a 5.5 mm or a 5mm for size.
5, unless you have a high capacity oil pan.
Compare the tap and die to the other bolt. make sure u comapre the threads.
Listed on the driver's door post unless it has been removed. The OEM size is 225/75-15 for a 2wd Blazer. Go to the link to find the size for other Blazers of that year.http://www.tirerack.com/
235x70x15 this tire size on my 2001 s10 blazer
Yes there the same.
I believe that is a 3/8 Allen key.
1990 Toyota pick up is 5x114.3