The blazer must be in park for the rear hatch button to work. If you have the blazer in drive the button will not open the hatch unless it is in park!!! If there is still a problem maybe try checking the fuses! The actuator could be broken in the rear that releases the window so you can open the back. This happened to my 2003 Blazer and my neighbor's 2002 Blazer. By removing the back panel (high likelyhood the panel will break when you remove it) and replacing the actuator that could solve your problem. Both I and my neighbor would have had to order the whole actuator in order to replace the tiny plastic piece that broke. Instead we drilled a whole and rigged it with some tough wire. Works now but we both have broken back panels...even the dealership broke one. Good luck. SEE RELATED LINK for 1997 Blazer
how to open the rear window on a 1997 chevy blazer.
I have a 96 Chevy Blazer S-10 and the latch to open the window in the back hatch will not work. How do I replace the motor?? or whatever to repair?
I had the same problem. You blew a Interior light fuse! Its on the same circuit!I had doors open for a long time to clean interior, and next day, back hatch button would not open upper window!!! Richard Los Fresnos Tx
The "wing" that is over the rear hatch is to help keep the rear window clean.
use the handle....
see related link i have a 94 s10 blazer and if you use your key with the back hatch handle you can open it
use the key if that dont work pull up on the gear shift while trying the button that is if its an automatic.
thers a panel in the front underneth that says oil filter hatch 99'blazer lt 4wd
Unlocking the rear hatch of a 2006 Chevy Equinox. All you have to do is push the button that is inside the glove department of the car.
The relay is attached to the bracket that holds the wiper motor to the hatch.
If the locks and rear window hatch on a 1998 Chevy Blazer lock and unlock by themselves, there is probably a problem with the fuse or a short somewhere. The locks are supposed to lock when the vehicle gets put in gear. Perhaps the system that tells the locks when to lock is not working properly.
There are 2, 4" x 10" speakers in the celing tward the rear of the full size blazer (next to the hatch glass).
Press the button on the rear hatch that has the key hole in it. This will release the window catch and it should open when you try and lift the window.
The Blazer was discontinued from production after the 2005 model year, and was replaced by the TrailBlazer. That being said, you have a short to ground somewhere in the circuit.
on the rear hatch of your trail blazer ,there are two (one on each side) shocks that hold the door up. thay after time have to be replaced. you can find them at any auto part store or Chevy dealer.
i had same problem with my vehicle, i replaced the fuse and now it opens it from inside, but out side button still doent work
check the wiring behind the switch...they corrode
First, check your fuses.
Rear hatch leaking on 3rd gen Camaro,Z28-IRoc-z/Trans Am/Firebird-GTA The seal between the window and the hatch is worn. Any glass shop will reseal this.to do yourself buy a glass sealer or tar. remove inner hatch cover, there are I believe 4 bolts holding the window to the hatch. remove them. Have a large 4by4 holding up the hatch. Remove the hatch struts. Clean off old sealer under window an hatch. Reseal the hatch/window. Put the struts back and retighten all the bolts snug not too tight. I have had the same problem. This will fix ur water leak problem..
It is on the lift support shocks on the rear window hatch. Each side has one.
my hatch handle is broke
You back into a pole. Then the hatch pops open
I would use a 5 minute Epoxy. Clean and heat both surfaces first. (hair dryer)
I don't know how to fix the main problem but if you climb in the back of the Blazer in the middle of the hatch you will see a little round plug if you pop this out use a flashlight to see inside on the right side there is a lever if you pull it toward you all the way you will hear it click then you can open your hatch and window.