check emc fuse and the fuse next to it
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.
Check ignition switch
Chevy did not use a crankshaft sensor in 1995.If it won't fire then I would check the ignition module in the distributor and more then likey replace it. Also check the ignition coil and WIRE / coil wire.
possibly bad o2 sensors! Check ignition switch
Check the ignition control module (autozone) and check coil resistance. After that not sure I have same problem with new icm and new coil.
Hey Eddie==Check the light switch to make sure it is turned correctly to keep it off. If ok, check the lighter fuse, as if it blows sometimes it turns the light on. goodluckJoe If your tailgate is ajar it will also cause the light to stay on.
start with checking the battery, next check the solenoid,next check the starter motor.then check ignition switch
Check the ignition switch. Mine has a worn ignition switch so there were no power going to the pump. Good luck!
Be sure to check your security system if you have one. Many of the security systems will "kill" the start circuit when triggered.
Check the mounting bolts on the break pad assembly.they get loose and sometimes come right out.
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Check Ignition Coils Check Ignition Coils
If the distributor cap, rotor, ignition wires and spark plugs check okay then I would suspect a faulty fuel injector.
check your ignition coil, if it's not coming out of there you need to look into a new ignition coil , check ignition circuit next
check your fuses check ignition switch
The ignition coil is really easy to check. To check the ignition coil spin the engine over at around 250 RPM and watch for a spark in the tester window.
There is a recall that sounds similar to this issue. check bravada recalls. These are prone to having bad ignition switches
Check with a locksmith or see if you can find a tool called "broken key remover" it looks like a little saw blade and the teeth hook on to the key and you pull it out.
It should be 6 degrees before tdc, just make sure you disconnect the distributor's computer control wiring harness before you adjust, and check the timing with a timing gun.
It does not have 1. If it won't work, then check the fuel pump fuse and relay. You may also have a bad ignition module in the distributor causeing it not to work. Could be a # of different things.
Well its very easy. when you turn ur ignition switch right before starting. You should hear a humming sound in the rear of the Blazer. If you don't. Then its proboly a bad fuel pump. Just so you know the fuel pumps go between 100,000 and up.
Check the ignition system first for a possible coil overheating. Watch the heat gauge and check fluid levels, as a bad gasket may show up with the engine heating. Check the fuel filter as well.
Check the ignition fuse also check the ignition switch
You can only know if you check it afterwards.