Question about Chevrolet Blazer
I would bet you are moving the positive battery cable? Here is the possible problem.......... The positive cable hooks to the battery terminal on one end and to the starter on the other. The one end to the starter is bolted on by one bolt. This does sometime get loose and all you have to do is take a wrench and tighten it. Now if this is not the problem the Battery cable may have sever corrosion inside the installation and when you bend it or move it about it starts working (just replace the whole cable). Either way it is a simple fix and easy on the wallet.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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