Question about 1997 Chevrolet Blazer
That's easy. Just get an OBD-II compliant scanner. It will support 1996 and up vehicles that were required by law to have an OBD-II connector below the steering wheel under the dash board, in many cases.
Actron makes a good one for under $100. But other brands can be had for under $100 from Sears or Walmart.
Or, you could go to Autozone or Advance Auto Parts, for instance, and get it scanned for free.
Do you have a service engine soon light on?
Good luck on diagnosing and repairing the problem.
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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