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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
In the fuse box driver side. If you pull out the panel covering the fuse box there is a decal inside behind the cover that should tell you what it fuse section does. There are ACC 1 and another section ACC 2. Or you can simply just pull out the fuses one at a time and see which one is burnt. If it burns out again, then you have a short. The fuses are clearly marked in the box to what they belong to. Example: Cig Lt (Cigarette Lighter) HD Lmp (Head Lamps) Etc.
You also need to check near the positive terminal of the battery the fuse links that are there. Perhaps the one that feeds the accessories portion is burnt. How do you know is burnt. Two orange ones, three green ones and one is black or grey. If is burnt, it will feel rubbery like or clearly show the burn by a black coloring or greyish coloring if its the black one. You can check them with a volt ohm meter for continuity from one end to the other. If you don't have a continuity reading the link is bad and needs to be replaced.n I eliminated all my fuse links and replaced them with fuse holder adapters where I can just change the fuse 10 amps or 15 amps depending on the circuit, but those only go if someone is messing with the circuit and accidentally shorts the circuit. Good Luck!
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
You can try to take out the selector swith for the up/down-in/out direction, disconnect the socket, and spray the switch and the connector,with contact spray. Move the switch in all direction several time, connect the socket and, before you replace the switch, try to operate the mirror function. I have done this on my own car, with success.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
There is a posibility that the connections may have been block or the connection to them is broken ... this also happens while servecing car the water get is the main system but happens real rear ... so you can go to work shop and ask electrition for check ..
Posted on May 31, 2009
the fuses for the windows will be in fuse box, it sounds like possible water intrusion,the fuses should all be marked, if they are all good,you may have to remove the door panel to check for any damage at door switches
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
Problems WithChevy TrailBlazers
Some of the mostcommon problems with the TrailBlazer involve the vehicle's electrical systemand accessories. Many drivers have experienced problems with the dashboardgauges, including the fuel gauge, speedometer and "check engine"warning light. Additional electrical problems include power automatic doorlocks and windows that fail to work or operate intermittently. These problemscan be difficult to diagnose as they can result from anything from a faultybattery to problems with the wiring or other electrical components.
Read more: Problems With Chevy TrailBlazers ' eHow.com A fuse contains a thin metal bridge between two terminals. When too muchelectrical current is drawn through the fuse the bridge melts, breaking thecircuit. This feature prevents damage to electrical components and limits thepossibility of a fire.The Chevrolet Blazer utilizes small fuses to protect thevehicle's wiring harness from overload. These are typically plug-in blades, notthe glass-barrel fuses used in older vehicles.
Location The fuse panel ona Chevy Blazer is located on the driver's side of the firewall beneath thedashboard. Some later models may be equipped with a fuse panel cover. To removethe cover, pull the retaining clips loose on each side and lift the cover fromthe panel. Replacing a Fuse Locatethe fuse you believe is burned out by its label or use the owner's manual as aguide. To remove the fuse, you may need needle-nose pliers; don't put too muchpressure on the fuse or you could crack the casing. Examine the thin metalstrip between the two terminals. If it is broken, scorched or deformed, it mustbe replaced. Read more: Fuse Box Instructions for a Chevy Blazer ' eHow.com
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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