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What can be wrong whit a blazer after over heating

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If you severely over heat an engine you can :1, crack the block
2, warp the cyllender heads
3, blow the head gasket
4, sieze the engine.

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1995 blazer disconnected battery now alarm set, going off , no key fob. How do i reset?


that truck dont came whit factory alarm you have an aftermarket alarm unde the dash on the driver side you goint to find a small switch is the valet switch press the switch and turn ignition switch to on position that discobnect the alarm

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On my 97 blazer my heater doesnt blow out as much as it should . i am getting heat though what could be wrong


The heater core is quite possibly restricted.If you disconnect the heater hoses and run a garden hose with low pressure through the heater core in both directions.Then top off the antifreeze and let the vehicle warm up. This should definitely help with your heating issues.

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There's a possible problem with the following part: Vacuum Control Assembly Removal & Installation To Remove:
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  2. Disconnect the electrical connector from the vacuum control assembly.
  3. Disconnect the vacuum harness connector from the vacuum control assembly.
  4. Remove retaining screws and vacuum control assembly from vehicle.
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Truck starts fine then misfires when driving until warms up


HI' check your mass airflow sensor this sensor is located in between air filter housing and intake throttle if
you loosen your clamps on the intake hoses remove sensor and look inside you will see two to three like resister if you look close at them you could see debrie on the clean them whit a can of brake cleaner if dirty

Sep 23, 2009 | 1997 Chevrolet Blazer

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I have a 2000 Chevy Blazer. It was tuned up about 1 month ago trying to solve a problem with quick exceleration (it wouldn't). Tune up didn't fix it and the garage cannot figure out why it's doing it....


sounds like plug up injector try cleaning injector not by put in injector cleaner in the tank ,if that doesn't solve your problem, you probably need to replace your injector whit the new in prove ones.cosidering that someone check pressure and they found at least 62 psi

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2001 blazer heat on constant


Yes...while in there, this should have been corrected BEFORE you got your vehicle back. It sounds like you got a "backyard job" at a shop. (if they changed your starter and it didn't work right would they have handed you a crank handle?) I've done the same "valve thing" as a "quick fix" on the road, but would NEVER sent a vehicle out the door of my shop like that!!!

Mar 16, 2009 | 1999 Chevrolet Blazer

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Smell coolant when heater is turn on...


the heater core inside the dash is leaking, it may get worse and coolant will start to drip on the floor out of the heating outlet

Dec 17, 2008 | 2000 Chevrolet Blazer

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1995 Chevy Blazer - Possible Electrical Problem


probably a loose fuse connection or a fuse box problem you may have to take it out and inspect it

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