++ANSWER++ First I have to ask a funny question... Are your dash lights on? It sounds funny, but on the 1997 Blazer there are certain defects. I also have a 1997 Blazer and I had to remove the cover under the steering wheel so I can pull or move the wires down under on the right hand side. You will know you have it right when the key is switched on, and you have dash lights. The 1997 Blazer will crank and crank, but be hard to start without adjusting the wires. I sat for 1 1/2 hours one day. This is a faulty ignition switch, that needs replaced. If not replaced it will become worse over time. The 97 will shut off when you use the wipers or turn signals... not good to have it shut off when your making a left turn in front of oncoming traffic! I have gotten quite good at 1) Shift to Neutral 2) Wiggle wires 3) Switch ignition to restart Blazer 4) shift back to drive and GET. If you go to the ntha.dot.gov site you will se there are many 1997 Blazers with this same type of problem and others... Good Luck!
When stopped or < 3 MPH push the 4WD button again and the gree light should go off and put you in 2WD.
I have a 2001 Chevy Blazer and it does the same thing. I would love to know why, but am glad mine's not the only one.
Drain the blazer radiator. Refill with water. Open the heat on high, start the engine for a few minutes. Drain the system again Repeat this several times to get all of the old coolant out.
The fuel pump is shorting out and that is why the ecm fuse is blowing .Disconnect the the fuel pump and try it again,if the fuse blow's again then it is not the fuel pump.
I am trying to figure this out myself. I have a 96 Chevy S-10 Blazer and I believe it is the vacuum acuator located under the battery box in the engine compartment.
I suggest changing the filter to see if that helps, If that doesn't help, getting the transmission rebuilt costs as much as the car is worth, mine cost 3000.00 but now the Blazer runs great, would I do it again? No, I would put that money toward a newer, better, suv.
My guess is fuel pump. Either that or a clogged fuel filter.
Was that the only code that caused you to replace it? Do you have it close enough to sense again.
it was designed, it lifted, it went, it stopped, it lifted again, it stopped again, lifted yet again, it went, it stopped, it continues. short history ends.
I linked to this website of gas mileage figures already but just to cover all the bases, here it is again. http://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/bymodel/1998_Chevrolet_Blazer.shtml
egr valve clogged or not working
Sit in the vehicle with the doors closed. Hold down unlock on door panel while turning key to run position then off then run then off again release door panel button and locks will cycle locked and unlucked then hold down the lock and unlock buttons on the remote until the locks cycle again if you have more than one remote do the same on the other remote also if you don't do right after the first remote it wont work once you have repeated this process on all desired remotes turn the ignition to the on then off position again that ends the programming mode and test your remotes. sometimes it takes a couple of tries good luck. This is how I programmed my remotes for my 2000 Chevy blazer
This is a tough one. Sometimes, it is not possible to make someone care for you once they have stopped. Counseling might be a good first option.
Sounds like a malfuntion in the heat blend door actuator call your local autozone for more info
You have to be stopped with the transmission in neutral when you shift in or out of low 4 wheel drive. Park doesn't work as neutral. When you push the rocker switch up for high 4 wheel drive once you will be in high 4 wheel drive, push it again for high 2 wheel drive, you can shift between high 2 and 4 wheel drive while you are driving.
The labor guide book gives 4 1/2 hrs. for a well trained mechanic to do. It has to be done right, are you will be doing it over again.
you have to find out what the code says is wrong and then fix it then it will go out on its own or try disconnecting the negative side of battery for about five minutes and it will go out as long as the problem is fixed or it will go on again
vvTurn your ignition to Acc, turn off your radio, hit the set button, use your seek button for hours and your scan button for seconds, once you set the time hit set again to save changes.
It most likely the fuell pump
Sometimes hey have their periods interupted.
thermostat is stuck open.
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