Question about 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
Could be a fuse link. when you replaced the battery, did you put back all the wires ? fuse links are connected directly to the battery positive terminal.
check also the ignition switch, sounds like an accessory contact problem.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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sounds like a shorted cell in your battery. beleive it or not, I've also seen a bad altentator do the same thing. If you get the car started you can disconnect the battery while the car is running,if the engine dies, then you have a bad altenator. If it keeps running, then you will want to replace the battery. If neither of these work, then you'll want to start thinking "outside the box" with things like a bad ground connection, fuse box issues etc. Hpoe this helps!
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