Question about 2001 Chevrolet Blazer
I have an oil leak in my 2001 chevy blazer, cant locate front end source
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
97 only had one fuse panel in the dash on the drivers side. There is/was a junction block for power that had/has fusible links on the driver side fender too.
a) 20a pwr accy
b) 30a pwr wdo
1) 20a stop/haz
2) 20a horn/dm
3) 20a tl/ctsy
4) 20a guages
5) 20a Eng-1
6) 25a htr/ac
7)25a pwr aux
8) 30a rr defog
9) 20a ecm/batt
10) 20a emc/ign
11) 20a radio
12) not used
13) 10a rdo/batt
14) 10a illum
15) 10a drl
16) 15a turn/back up
17) 25a wiper
18) 20a brake
19) 20a 4wd
20) 10a crank
21) 20a fog
22) 10a air bag
23) 10a trans
24) 10a prndl
The A/C relay is in the glove box behind a panel that indicate relay. There are three relays in there, the middle relay is the fuel pump and one of the out side relay is for the A/C compressor and the other is for the third brake light. Just can not remember which out side relay is the A/C so just swap the out side relays with one another. Good luck and hope this helps. Keep me posted.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
You can buy a florescent dye to add to the oil and a light to make the dye really shine.
Clean the engine with "brake clean" from a spray can at the oil leak areas ....then run the engine.
Check for the start location of the leak.
Start with a short run time ....... then longer run time if necessary until the leak(s) show.
With or with out the dye ......this brake cleaning method should help locate the leak(s).
Oil leak locations could be...in order of the most common on your car are........valve cover gasket,oil filter,oil pressure sending unit,drain plug,oil pan gasket,crank pickup sensor,rear seal.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
I assume from the year it has high mileage. With mileage comes wear in these engine's bearings allowing oil pressure to drop because of the excess clearance between cam and bearings, also the crank and bearings. When the engine is hot and idling the oil is thinner and goes by the bearings quicker. If you have good oil pressure while driving, I'd leave it alone, maybe use a thicker oil or some lucas additive. My 89 does the same thing sometimes in the summer, but don't remember it doing it this summer. I use Mobil-1 and an AC Delco filter.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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under the radiator on the passenger side of the truck. There is a little splash guard you will need to remove to see it, The guard is held in with 4 15mm headed bolts, then you will be able to see the bottom of the air pump.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
look under the front of your blazer, just below the bumper, and you will see a little access door in the plastic guard. Open this door, and you will find your oil filter.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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