Question about 2004 Chevrolet Blazer
Well the drain is normal, left on.
ask a mech to fix it.
take it to any lock smith , they all can do this, and are 5 times cheaper per hour to do so.
if you are skill DIY.? are you?
the go to alldata dot com and read the chapter on new key switch.
its all there, all the time.. i used it , since inception.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What normally you have to look for is that your belt is running properly because your car might be running a lot more off the battery and not so much of f the alternator, but normally if the alternators bad it will drain the battery even if the cars not running.. Yes your first thing you would want to do is check the wiring and al that just because thats cheap and easy but most likley you wanna get the altenator tested...you can get that done at advance auto.. please rate me if you get a chance and if you have any other questions just let me know ill check up on your problem..
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
SOURCE: key stuck in ignition
under the steering column right behind the steering wheel is a rubber cover that will pull right out,stick your finger up in the hole and u will feel a pin, push it toward the pass side and turn the key back to the off posision and it will come out
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
Try to shift your key in either direction while try to turn your steering in left and right direction. May be its steering lock which is attached to your ignition key preventing shifting of key. If not, then its obviously your ignition that has gone.
If you decide to change ignition then as a last try Dip your key in lubricating oil and then insert in ignition to turn it on. May be it can help.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
sounds like a bad connection,it wont heat up the solenoid or the starter,check your hot and negative cables from battery to starter first could be the starter itself, ggod luck
Posted on Dec 20, 2010
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