Question about Chevrolet TrailBlazer
There several screws around the outside of the older cars, and all the new ones have push in and out pins, with a large main screw near the grab handle. remove these and it should pop off, then un plug all connections and set aside. you will need a couple jumper wires and a test light. locate the motor, and unplug the harness, then jump power and ground to the correct terminals. if the motor is just weak, or in a bind this should make the motor operate a little. if it is a bad motor then it wont do anything at all whem power is applied.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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