In the engine compartment near the A/C evaporator box, closest to the inner fender.
Personally I don't know how to replace a Chevy Blazer windshield, but attached is an article from wikihow that could help you out. If that looks complicated or you can't find the windshield glass check out your local glass shops or websites.
If you are here looking for the answer then you to invest in a chiltons repair manual for the vehicle cause it is a job that is or could be very complicated.
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Need to replace the ingnition module in the Distributor.
There are many places where one could find maintenance tips for a 200 Chevy Blazer. One could check websites such as Fixya for information regarding maintenance on this vehicle.
Could be the driveshaft.
Loose connection or blower motor is bad
Check to see if you are getting power to blower motor - if so replace blower motor If not check fuse, switch, resistor pack.
I would like to know if my 2002 chevy blazer with a stock 4.3 vortec pull 2000 lbs ?
blower motor resistor---I'm about to replace mine and have replaced both my sister's Honda crv, and a buddy's Chevy Tahoe they all slowly lost one or more settings (high or low) and then eventually died
Assuming the blower is working, the reason for no heat could be, low on coolant due to leak in coolant system, thermostat stuck open, heater core plugged or temperature blend control NG.
Could be a plugged fuel filter.
Could be in need of a tune up.
Check for a blown fuse.
A blown fuse could be the reason the window will not go down on your 1988 Chevy Blazer. Another possibility is that the switch is worn out or has a loose, broken, or corroded wire.
There could be two separate problems. Check the blower motor resister, and the ABS sensors for problems that could cause this.
If the blazer is wheezing, it could be transmission, but if it has 4-wheel drive, check to make sure that the gear is correctly shifted.
In theory you could to any vehicle but whether or not you should is the question.
Could be a faulty spark plug or spark plug wire.
A failing fuel pump could do that.
If there is current going through the wire to the blower switch, try bypassing the switch with a jumper wire. If the blower motor works, then replace the switch. If the blower motor does not come on, then you probably need to replace the blower motor.
A front popping on the left of a 98 Blazer could be the brakes, steering, or wheel bearing. Check all three to find the cause.
Could be several things. If the blower works on A/C or vent it is good. If the Heater core is not leaking (due to corrosion, which is a common problem) it is probably good. Could just be the Temperature cable is off the the blower door not allowing air to pass over the heater core. Just to name a few..........
low on oil, crankshaft and bearings bad