Yes, a 2000 GMC Jimmy hood is compatible to a 2000 Chevy Blazer. This is only on the S10 Blazer though.
to be honest i have no clue lol good question though :)
Yes they are the same block and heads you might have to swap intakes though
Yes.. but make sure you have good documentation with dates on the accident reports.
yes, he lived though.
Only if you put it there on purpose. Not by accident though.
Hamlet. But on accident. Though he doesn't regret it.
No she did NOT die. She was in a very bad accident though :(
Yup. No matter what you do in track, there will always be a lot of running. Distance has the most running though. Sprints, you mostly just well... sprint :) Its lots of fun though
It depends whether or not you are caught. if you are caught, you may simply receive a warning, citation or possibly a fine. If you aren't caught, and you are not involved in an accident, nothing will happen. Though someone may call you an a**.
with the back seats out around 500 gallons.thats around 2 tons of liquid though. so how much can a 98 blazer shocks handle is another ?
No, she was not, though her nose was severely disfigured.
in the door lock itself...kinda tricky to get to though
No. If the accident was your fault, you can not get money from the other person's car insurance.
The average NFL running-back weight is 215 pounds though it depends which teams' running-back you are talking about because there is a lot of variation. Most weigh around 215 pounds though.
Trip her and say it was an accident all though it was on purpose.
Check the 240DL for fuel pressure and good ignition spark. The pressure could be low even though you hear the fuel pump. A problem with the ignition can cause this problem as well.
We can't publish an answer to this, as this is something which could facilitate illegal acts, even though I don't doubt you have no such intent. As a mechanic and a Blazer owner, I can help you with this, but you'll have to email me at the address listed on my bio page.
More than likely worn fingers on the pressure plate. Hydaulics diagnosis is needed to make sure that is not the issue though. see saturnfans.com for instructions to do this
Sure you can if you want to shorten the life of the engine.
That's up to you. If i were you though i would just leave it alone.
No, Medicare is not accident insurance. However if you are a qualified medicare recipient then it will cover the cost of health care in treating those injuries that resulted from an accident. It will not pay though for financial loss or liability damages resulting from an accident.
Most cases you get jailed if the accident is severe. If its not too much you get a ticket for driving without licensed driver. Depends on country to country though
The tire manufacturer imprints the max psi on the side wall of their tires. You shouldn't go higher than that maximum, but it is not necessarily the best pressure to put in. Ford E350s use heavy-duty tires, typically with a max pressure of 80 psi. Unless you are carrying a very heavy load though, 80 psi will be more pressure than you need. My mechanic set my tires to 55 psi, and I typically air the rear tires up to 70 if I plan on running it full of people back there. (And if you're not running it full, you might as well just be driving a truck or a minivan). Most vehicles have a recommended air pressure on a decal inside the driver's door frame. It's important not to underinflate or overinflate your van's tires, as it can lead to tire failure, extra brake wear, and even increased risk of rollover in an accident if your tires are overinflated or underinflated.
Yes actually its a law and you CAN get arrested. You can't get arrested if another person or people are in the car and you leave it running though.