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Open hood drivers side the rubber boots at the back of the lens low beam lower boot grasp and remove a little twist helps if not use a flat screw driver to pry back, pass side 3 screws on air cleaner remove and remove cover to get to the lower boot

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What would make a 2002 trail blazer 4.2L 4/4 not have any fuel pressure when tank is bolted up but have pressure when its not bolted up


It appears there is a faulty connection either on the earth or power cable connection. Make sure all connections are clean and tight, then check with a meter.

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My brake lights stay on whan I turn on my lights o0n at night on my 2002 chevy trail blazer


If the brake lights come on with the taillights, its probably a short in one of the tail lamp sockets.

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vacuum leak somewhere. did someone put in a aftermarket radio? most times they will screw something up when they do replace factory items.

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My fan on my 2002 envoy is staying engaged alot and really loud. How do I determine if it is the fan going bad or a sensor feeding it?


I think the Envoy has the same setup as the Trail blazer and If so its the fan. I replaced the fan on my parents Trail Blazer 2 times in the 7 years they had it . It would start sounding like an air plain taking off when you would first pull out of the driveway

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2002 Trail Blazer. Wipers work on low and high


sounds like the wiper module is bad. if it is toy will have to replace the wiper motor. the module is built right in

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HOW DO I REPLACE BEARING IN AC CLUTCH IN A 2002 TRAIL BLAZER


you can buy a puller kit for the AC clutch for about $35.00 the bearing is about $25.00 you might be able to do it without removing it from the engine saving your freon. http://www.tooltopia.com/index.asp?PageAction=VIEWPROD&ProdID=7741
Belt tensioners just unscrew.They are also inexpensive

Apr 13, 2009 | 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Trying to put on a power steering pump for a 2002 trail blazer


once u take off the belt.see the holes in the pully put socket in the hole once u line them up with the 3 bolts to take it off

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