1998 chevy blazer 4x4 engine will not start no sound at all
1998 chevy blazer 4x4 won't start. engine will not make a sound. all lights work horn work, alarm work when key is switched on with door open. tried to jump, took starter off and took to part store to test was fine. do you have any ideals??
Re: 1998 chevy blazer 4x4 engine will not start no sound...
Had the same issue, except mine just quit in the middle of an intersection. It was my fuel pump. Check out your fuel filter first, though, as I have heard those can cause the same problems and you might get lucky and only need to replace that. If not, fuel pump is a likely culprit.
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Remove fuse #15, 10A and see if 4x4 disengages. Your truck has a Transfer Case Control Module that may be what's behind the kick panel. As for the horn and fans not working I can't see a direct electrical connection between them.
This worked for me remove the- negative side of the battery cable wait for 3 minutes and then re-start the engine this may just be a temporary fix but it will probably get rid of that obnoxious light(s) for you good luck!
hi everything is easy if you know what you are doing and have the right equipment so have you got lifting gear have you got a good selection of tools and will need a little help getting the engine in and out otherwise you will struggle and you need to be inside with plenty of space good luck, yates210456
I would check the basic things first. Battery Terminals, the Battery itself, gas in the tank, then the probable cause a faulty fuel pump. A quick check of this is to take the air horn t-nut off the 3 inch t handle screw which holds it and spray starting fluid in the throttle body. Do not open the throttle body like an old careburator just spray it in their, put the air horn back on and if it starts it's a probable fuel pump. You can also try to turn on the key three times but do not start it those three times just see if the fuel pump sounds like it's working. On the third try turn the key fully on and if it starts it's a probable fuel pump. If so Google under 100 dot com and they have blazer fuel pumps for 60 or 70 dollars. A fuel pump from an auto parts store will cost you from 250 to 300 dollars. I wish you the best of luck becuase I have replaced four fuel pumps in my own blazer. Good Luck!!!