Go to www.lmctrucks.com they will have nearly everything for it.
Whoops!! correction it's www.lmctruck.com
On a 1998 Chevy Blazer, the parking brake switch is located on the top of the parking brake assembly. There are 3 bolts that hold the switch to the parking brake assembly.
Depends upon what year the vehicle is. They all have a series of screws holding the lens/assembly in. 1982 and prior (K5 Blazer) are visible from the vehicle's exterior. 1982 through 2004 (S-10 style) have a series of screws on the inboard side of the assembly.
Behind the dash assembly inside the heater box. Dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
It is located behind the dsah assembly, attached to the HVAC assembly. You need to remove dash to gain access to it.
The temp blend door is located behind the dash assembly in the HVAC assembly. Unfortunately the entire dash assembly needs to be removed to gain access.
The library should have a shop manual...
Buy a Haynes Manual or similar OR take it to a mechanic :-)
You didn't mention what year Blazer you have but in most cases the blend door actuator is located on top of the HVAC box that is located behind the dash assembly. Unfortunately, the entire dash assembly must be removed to gain access to it.
Behind the dash assembly, big job for the faint at heart.
open the hood. in back of headlight assembly there are two metal slides with pull tabs. pull them up then wiggle the headlight assembly. it should fall right out. with it out you can get at the bulbs.
you probably need to repalce one of the front wheel bearings(hub assembly). the sensor for the abs is located in the assembly
You could swap out the air cleaner assembly for a K&N air filter assembly.
The heater temp blend valve is located behind the dash assembly. The dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
The temp blend door is located in the HVAC box behind the dash assembly. The dash assembly must be removed to gain access.
The 1995 s10 blazer may have a damper. The damper will look like a shock connected to the steering assembly. You can look under the front end to see for sure.
It should have two, one on each side of the spider gears between it and the differental carrier. Normally .031 to .062" in thickness.
Check related answers. There are several responses and are quite accurate.
if its a cpi it would be in the the middle of the intake as part of a injector assembly on a 4.3L
new weather stripping.caulkingor new window assembly
Remove the dash assembly to gain access to the blend door actuator.
It is attached to the top of the fuel pump assembly on top of the fuel tank. It can be replaced without removing the fuel pump assembly.
The heater control valve (temp blend door) is located behind the dash assembly. The dash assembly has to come out to gain access to it.
Bad fuel sending unit in tank however it is part of the fuel pump assembly