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2006 trailblazer starts and stalls in cold weather

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SOURCE: Electrical Problem- 2006 Trailblazer

I had a problem like yours and the dealer could not solve it. I went to a private electrician and took the main fuse box out and found that a soldering was broken. It soldered it again and the problem was gone. Check it and if this is also the solution for you, please publish it on FixYa.
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Caracas, Venezuela

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Started in cold weather yesterday. Ran real rough, almost like a motor mount bad. Fan turns by itself when turned with your hand.


If it only happens in cold weather, check your intake manifold bolts for tightness. #5 & #6 by the firewall are easiest to check. Some people will find these not even hand tight = rough running car.

However, if (when cold) your car is vibrating at idle IN GEAR and stopped, this would be a motor mount on Envoys and Trailblazer, very common.


Fan shouldn't turn by itself, you may have a bad fan clutch.

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well chuck ur out of luck buddddddddd


looks like ur going to be pushin the car all the way home tonite..lol

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Electrical Problem- 2006 Trailblazer


I had a problem like yours and the dealer could not solve it. I went to a private electrician and took the main fuse box out and found that a soldering was broken. It soldered it again and the problem was gone. Check it and if this is also the solution for you, please publish it on FixYa.
Good luck
Cruz Sanchez
cmsanchezbonilla@cantv.net
Caracas, Venezuela

Jan 23, 2009 | 2006 Chevrolet Trailblazer Ext

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