As soon as you put a load on the bearing the noise will go away, so I would sugest that you change the bearing A.S.A.P so you don't do any more damage as soon as you put a load on the bearing the noise will go away, so I would sugest that you change the bearing A.S.A.P so you don't do any more damage
Sounds like you need brakes. Have it looked at soon! Or maybe the fact its a Chevy that might be the problem
The lights on the odometer on a 1999 Chevy Blazer might not work because of a burned out fuse. They might also not work if the lights are burned out.
either your fuse is blown or the wiring is bad
might be a fuse
Check coolant level .Then thermostat . Then hearter core
Engine coolant sensor may be bad
Yes they are the same block and heads you might have to swap intakes though
It might be in the diagram of parts and places, if comes with it.
A 2000 Chevy Venture might skip while driving because of water in the fuel or damaged or dirty fuel injectors. You might also have an issue with the distributor.
You might have blown a fuse or a flasher fuse is a 15 i think flasher is under dash.
yes it would or it might be the starter
You unbolt them... you might have to use a hammer or pry bar to unseat them.
You might need to change the fuel filter. Or you might need to replace the fuel pump.
The 2001 Chevy Blazer does have an ignition security system that is controlled by the computer in the vehicle. The light might come on because of an error that is coming up in the computer due to a key problem or an ignition problem. This is a common issue with the 2000 and 2001 Blazer.
The seat belt might not fasten in a 2000 Chevy Blazer because there is a foreign object in the slot where the seat belt fits. Even the tiniest of objects can cause the seat belt to not latch properly.
fuel pump might be going out
Your 1983 Chevy S10 Blazer might stall when the accelerator pedal is depressed because of a clogged or dirty fuel filter. Gas that is mixed with water or condensation from the tank can also cause this issue.
YOU WILL DIE! have you check your IAC ??
Might be where something was hooked up before but not needed anymore. Maybe a ground for something.
The 4wd in the 1999 Chevy blazer is electronic, you just have to push the button. If you have pushed the button and it doesn't engage, it might be a vacuum line. The lines are made of rubber and over time they melt. It costs about $25 for a new metal line. Also, the 4wd is under the battery. If you take the battery out, you might notice that a line got disconnected accidentally.
Loose wire or bad speaker.
This might be a cable for some additional feature your car is not equipped with, but the wire is included in the standard cable assy
if it is when u are driving it might be thr door or the speaker or if it is closer to the front of the car possibly the transmission
Look under the passanger or driver side door. It might be alittle back towards back but you can't miss it.
The codes have to be pulled and cleared using an OBD II code reader. If you have an Auto Zone or an Advanced they might do this for free.