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Re: 2004 chevrolet trilblazer
There is a plate underneath the engine that is held in by 2 flat head screws. All you have to do is loosen both screws and slide the plate around. The plate just slides around. The drain plug and oil filter are then exposed and easily accessable. The 2004 Trailblazer takes 7 quarts of oil and uses an ACDelco PF61 or Fram PH3675 oil filter. I've read in this FAQ site some info about other filters, so I went down to the local Chevy dealer and talked to a mechanic. He told me the ACDelco PF61 was the correct filter. The Fram PH3675 is the exact same as the PF61.
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On the right side of the engine boss right ahead of the cylinder head if I remember correctly its under the alternator or what ever accessory is in the upper front corner of the engine. Passenger side/Right side. Hope this helps. Thats for the serial number, block cating number is on the block boss back where the oil pump drive is, right where the transmission bolts to the cylinder block at the top.
Is it crankcase pressure that causes it to pop-up? If so, check crankcase ventilation system/pcv. It might be possible that you have so much crankcase pressure, that ventilation system can't handle it, then the pressure gets out anyway it can.
On a warm engine, at idle, if you remove oil fill cap, is there smoke coming out?
The drain plug of the chevrolet 2004 trial blazer is located under the engine skid plate it is with the oil filter. And there is a guard to be removed. There is a trap door before it.
The skid plate door is located by the drivers side door, directly midway underneath the vehicle. You will need a flat/phillips hear screwdriver to open the trap door. Do not worry, the screws are 'loss-proff' and will not fall off the trap door plate. Once this has been removed, the oil drain plug and oil filter are now visible and accessible.
Oil change should not take you more that 15/20 minutes.
On 05+ Trail Blazer, the fuel filter is integral with the fuel pump inside
of the fuel tank. It is a non-serviceable part. On 02-04s, the filter is
on the drivers side frame rail at about the B-pillar. If your trail Blazer is a late 04 which means that it was build close to the 05 Trail Blazer, you may have a non serviceable fuel filter. Good luck and check under your Trail Blazer or look at your manufactured date sticker on the door which would help you indicate if your 04 is a early Trail Blazer and you'll have the fuel filter on the inside frame rail under the driver's door.