Question about 2000 Chevrolet Blazer
It's certainly possible. I've put in my fair share of modules in these but I've also put in about an equal number of transfer case encoder motors [the part that does the shifting and reports back on what gear the transfer case is in] and shift select switches [the part that tells the transfer case module what gear you want to be in]. If you're uncomfortable with the dealers diagnosis it wouldn't hurt to check at another place to see what they think. If you decide to go with the dealers diagnosis just ask for the old parts back which would be proof that they replaced what was wrong and that it repaired the problem and you should be ok. The modules are very expensive on these so it is a bit of a sticker shock when replacing one. Good luck, hope it all works out for you.
Posted on Jul 29, 2010
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