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#514 of 535 2002 blazer brake issue
Jul 18, 2010 (5:10 am)
i have a 2002 blazer with soft brake pedal goes to floor changed master cylinder and checked all lines but still have this issue cant get inspected and checked all issues listed as being the problem
#515 of 535 2000 gmc jimmy a/c question
Aug 02, 2010 (10:41 pm)
late this spring, the a/c quit working on my truck. so, last week i bough a couple of cans of r134 (one with oil, stop leak, leak detecter die, etc.) and installed both cans. the fill kit came with a guage attached. anyway, the decal on the heat/cooling duct says the system takes1lb 12 oz.( 28 ox) the 2 cans i bought totaled 36 oz. the a/c works fine at an idle, it will sit there all day with no trouble. but when i rev the engine up even just to 1500 rpm, the pressure goed below 30 psi snd the a/c compressor is electricly shut off by the pressure switch.. is this normal? or should i buy anothe small can of freon, and try adding more?
#516 of 535 Re: 2000 gmc jimmy a/c question [moooose102]
Aug 03, 2010 (5:58 am)
Could be a blocked orfice tube. If the high side pressure builds, and the low side drops way down, I believe that is what is indicated.
There are other guys here who are better at A/C than me, but I seem to recall that is the cause of your symptom.
#517 of 535 problem with 96 chev blazer
Aug 09, 2010 (10:54 am)
I have a 96 Chev. Blazer. I am having problems that no one can seem to figure out and I'm at my wits end with it. The service engine light came on, had it cheked, O2 sensor, took it to be checked thouroughly at an "electrical" service garage. Hooked to sensor machine for three days. Nothing concrete was discovered. Service engine light was cleared. The problem is that it will not shift automatically. I have to shift manually to keep it running, it is sluggish and putt putts if you do not manually shift, it almost and has stalled when first pulling out. Is this a transmission problem or a sensor that was not read on the machine at the garage?HELP! This had been going on for 6 months and I'm afraid it is going to let me sit along the road soon. UGH!
#518 of 535 Re: My blazer (97) stalls when the tank is still 1/4 full [drlong51]
Nov 22, 2010 (3:29 am)
Hey there I found your message on edmunds I did not see any repies to your message and was woundering if you ever got this figured out mine is doing the same thing I have an 02 model I have also learned that if you come to a stop really slow and feather the brake pedal in and out while stoping it does not dies as often
Oct 28, 2011 (9:17 pm)
would like to know can use a 98 s 10 pick up nose on a 95 s 10 blazer
#521 of 535 97 gmc jimmy tranny problems
Nov 08, 2011 (10:16 am)
i have a 97 gmc jimmy 4x4 automatic with 4.3eng. i was driving with no problems, i stopped at a stop sign and when i started out again the trans quit shifting to 3rd and overdrive but shifts from 1st to 2nd just fine. any suggestions on what happend to it?
#522 of 535 1994 gmc jimmy headlights wont turn on
Nov 23, 2011 (1:04 pm)
I'm not sure what the problem is but all of a sudden my headlights won't turn on. My park lights work fine, turn signals are fine, and brake lights are fine. When i flick the switch inside the car to turn on the park lights and the dashboard light it works, but the headlights don't turn on. When I pull my turn signal/windshield wiper switch forward, it usually turns on the high beams or headlights, but this is not working either. Is it me? Or do I have a problem? Anyone know what I can do?
#523 of 535 Re: Converting my spare tire mount [my2000truck]
May 21, 2012 (10:13 am)
jlflemmons, years later I know but wondered if you were ever successful at converting the rear mounted spare tire on your blazer to inside? I just bought a 2001 and wanted to do the same thing. I was thinking of putting the bolts back in the holes it would leave with rubber gromits or something to seal them. So water doesn't get in and start rusting. Thanks.