Question about Chevrolet Blazer
My 2000 blazer has 147K miles and for some reason when it rains it won't start most of the time. A friend had one and had everything from plugs to all sensors changed, they just got rid of it after spending hundreds of dollars, at state certified repair shops. I am sure that someone must know how to fix the problem!!!
Hello Mr. Guy with Blazer.
Firstly, do you have a check engine light? If so, please do go by the code and check references.
If not, then does it have a distributor? If yes, then please check the distributor cap and rotor as condensation can cause issues with pickup or spark.
If no, then check the ignition coil, ignition module and other sensors.
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like your abs is kicking in. they are referring to the wheel hub/bearing assembly. not locking hubs for 4wheel drive. if you have a sensor dropping out the abs unit thinks a wheel is locking up and activates. this is why you feel the hopping and jumping.it could be the hub or just the sensor
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
1) You better check the 'Idle control relay' - and pray this is not your computer - who may be shorted ( The Computer that govern all elec. functions in the car - is also getting signals from your Mothor Mounts' to ensure a more balanced ride' If one or more of the Motor Mounts ( There are 3 ) are defective - they send a signal to the computer - and the yellow light ( Check engine soon) - will appear'
2) A Computer can only be fixed by a Nissan dealer ( est. $750 ) 3) The Idle control valve - can be adjusted too ( Again - by a Nissan Dealer only .
4) It is NOT an easy problem nor cheap . In short - your best bet is with the dealer - and ask them for a diagnostic ONLY ( est. $100 ) Don't tell the dealer what YOU think or did .......just tell them the 'Yellow light comes on' .......they'll take it from there.
Sorry I don't have better news today .
Best of luck
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
if it does not start after you check your distributor cap that means you took the car out of timing, when you put the distributor cap back on you did not put it is the correct position, now you need a mechanic to get the timing of the engine
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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