Question about 2000 Chevrolet Suburban
Fully charge the battery and see if it starts like it should. If your battery is fully charged, but still turns over slowly, its your starter. If using a fully charged battery solves your problem, its your alternator.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
To determine if recognizing park is the issue simply place vehicle in neutral and attempt to start with your foot firmly on the brake. Starter may have a missing tooth or starter solenoid may have an issue. I would also check ground wire to frame and connections at the starter for fraying or loose connection
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
i used to work as a GM mechanic for years, and we had quite a few complaints like yours, GM issued a computer reprogram to resolve most issues with starting, i would contact your local dealer and have them check for open campaigns or bulletins for your car if there is one they will do it at no cost to you.
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
SOURCE: 2000 blazer 4.3 hard starting
You might find this Interesting. go to Edmonds.com and check out the Recalls and Complaints + Service Bulletins for that Blazer. I got lucky and was able to get rid of mine before a lot of it started But, I went through a LOT with it before that!
Posted on Jan 22, 2009
If your blazer is hard to start you can spray starting fluid in the throttle body and it is under the air horn. You remove the long screw which reveals the throttle body valve but do not press it open like a caruberator float just spray it in their. It helps if you turn the key on three times and then it should start. What does this all mean; Fuel Pump! I'm sorry but blazers are infamous for the fuel pump going out. Go to www.under100dollars.com and you can find a fuel pump for your blazer for like 70 dollars. If you get it from a auto parts store it's going to be like 200 or 300 dollars. It's not to hard to due but the fuel tank strap bolts can be difficult.
Posted on May 17, 2009
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