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what you have to do is get a wire diagram for the year you have and the year of the do you got and chnage the wiring. or just take out all the stuff out of your old door and put it in the new door. what happens is they change a ground or a power with different years, so the problem becomes tech. i know its a pain in the but to change every thing around, but its alot easier than rewiring the switches. i hope this helps, but i have done it many of times, just takes a little time but it will save you money big time!
I have a 96 s10 blazer and all factory manuals that there are for it and there is now complete brake down of a total wireing schematic. Im not happy about it but you but its just not avilibale you have to switch from book to book and section to section to find out anything they don;t give you the big picture anywhere sorry
Your 84 wiring harness is for the TCC ( transmission converter control) system. On the left side of the carburetor (driver side) you should have 2 cables, one for the accelerator and the 2nd for the TV (throttle valve) control. You will need to adjust the cable for correct shift points. Under normal circumstances you will have 7 to 10 mm's extending beyond the cable adjuster block. Should take care of the issue for you. Let me know. Regards,
if you are not all that mechanical take it to a muffler shop they are usually cheap to cut out and swap please make sure that your current exhasut is the still stock or you will need to know the diameter of the pipe they used
Blazer: Orange is hot all the time. Ig+ is purple with white tracer, and one of the green ones. Speakers are paired in blues, greens, and then it gets weird, and makes no sense by color. I just take a 9-volt battery, and lightly touch both poles to two wires I know aren't powers or ground, and when you find two that go to the same speaker, and touch the pos. and neg. of the little battery, you will hear a light static at that speaker. THis will tell exactly which speaker you have found wires for. Black is ground of course. Good luck. I like your idea.
no should be same engine. check your engine mounts and tranny mount. how bad a vibration? sometimes after installing engine the trans gets shifted around and if mount was worn it will allow it to hit crossmeber and vibrate.