Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
Just take a phillips screw driver, and a good sturdy putty knife, and your fingers, and just pry the plastic away from the metal of the door...
Open the door first, and where the inside door handle there should be 1 or 2 screws, and one near where the handle is to open the door from the inside. Take these out first before attempting to pry off the door panel. The panel is held onto the door by plastic snaps shaped like an enlongagted tooth.
Use COMMON SENSE AND BE GENTLE YET FIRM....
Don't be surprised if you have to get a whole new window motor assembly, alot of times they come as one assembly and seperate parts do not exist. Good Luck!!
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 Chevy Blazer
i am working on a s 10 of the same yaer and problem i will post my results after tomorrow when i have finished the job i bout this truck cause of the forum i own one that is a great one and this one is for experimental purpose i will let u know so far you cant lift the motor with a jack or a hoist so we r going another route in the mornin
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
The door panel is held on by plastic clips.. first check behind the door handle and see if there are bolts or screws there. then start on the bottom and pry the panel loose starting on bottom of panel and then going up the sides with a flat blade screw driver. once you have gotten sides and bottom loose pickup on the door panel to release it from the window ledge this is how the top is held in place.. holler if you need more info .. Jerry
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
remove the door panel and check the operating mechanism ,bet that one of the fixings on the lower part of the window that lifts and lowers it is adrift
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
SOURCE: 2000 Blazer stuck in 4WD
DO THIS FIRST !!!!!
I went through 2 days of troubleshooting why my 2001 Blazer was stuck in in 4L (push button). I was about to push it off a cliff when I had realized that the only thing I DIDN'Tcheck was the buttons themselves. Turns out that they are made not much different from a computer keyboard. Pop out the 4W button panel from the dash and hold it face down in your hand. With a small screwdriver, pop out the back from the front. MAKE SURE YOU KEEP THE FACE DOWN IN YOUR HAND or else you'll have buttons all over to pick up. Now, once you have the back seperated get a q-tip and rubbing alcohol and clean the back of the buttons, which are metal contacts. Then, clean the WHOLE board where the contacts make contact with the q-tip and alcohol . Even if this assembly does not look dirty to the eye, it will malfunction with the slightest of oxidation or moisture deposits on the board or the contacts. Also, I may add; throughout my troubleshoting adventure, I also was able to get the tranny to shift smoother by cleaning the tranny's computer connector. My computer was located at front pass right side floor panel. It was obviously exposed to a lot of moisture somehow. The power pins were especially bad. I hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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