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The Chevrolet Blazer, a mid-size crossover SUV produced by General Motors, made its debut in January 2019. Notable for its diverse engine range, the Blazer offers the 2.0 L LSY I4 turbo, the 2.5 L LCV I4, and the powerful 3.6 L LGX V6. The standard 2.5 L I4 engine in the U.S delivers 144 kW (193 hp), while the optional 3.6 L V6 engine amps up the power with 227.5 kW (305 hp). In 2020, a 2.0 L turbocharged I4 version further expanded the lineup. Equipped with GM's 9-speed 9T50 automatic transmission, the Blazer excels in acceleration and handling. The V6 model impressively completes a 0-60 mph sprint in 6.6 seconds, demonstrating agility through turns and well-controlled body roll. Beyond performance, the Blazer prioritizes comfort, with supportive front seats and rear seats set at a comfortable angle and height. Dimensions-wise, the Blazer measures 191.4 inches in length, 76.7 inches in width, and 67.0 inches in height, weighing in at 3,810 lb. A larger three-row version is also available. The SUV stands out with its feature-rich design, including the Chevrolet Infotainment 3 system with an eight-inch touchscreen, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, OnStar with 4G LTE Wi-Fi capabilities, and alloy wheels. Optional features like remote start, a Bose premium audio system, GPS navigation, and a power tailgate enhance its appeal. Renowned for its refined ride quality, agile handling, attractive infotainment system, and powerful optional V6 engine, the Chevrolet Blazer has garnered significant popularity among SUV enthusiasts.

Chevrolet Blazer, like other vehicles, experiences mechanical problems over time, with engine issues and shifting problems being the most common. Engine problems often present as a lit check engine light, engine misfires, difficulty starting, intermittent stalling, rough idling, backfiring, reduced power, and decreased gas mileage. These symptoms suggest possible failure of the crankshaft, fuel injector, spark plug, or exhaust valve, which may require professional attention or self-inspection. Shifting problems manifest as mismatched indicator light or cable and gear, inability to remove the key from the ignition or turn the Chevrolet Blazer off, start in other gears besides park or neutral, or an immovable gear selector after starting the vehicle. These symptoms indicate a likely need for a new shift cable. Other less noticeable yet critical components like air filters also demand regular maintenance. They may become clogged after filtering dust, dirt, debris, pollen, and other pollutants from entering the passenger compartment, thus compromising their efficiency.

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Chevrolet Blazer Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the inside handle, outside handle and lock cylinder, and latch from a door?
    A: To remove the inside handle, first disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal if the model is equipped with power components. Then, remove the door trim panel and water shield with the window glass in the full up position.
  • Q: How do you remove and install the front and rear bumpers?
    A: Front Bumper Removal,Remove the radiator grille. Detach the bumper after removing bumper-to-chassis bolts. On 2000+ Bravada, Envoy, and Xtreme models, disconnect fog lights. Remove bolts from the bumper brace-to-frame and detach parking lights from bumper. Rear Bumper Removal: Remove license plate light housing and disconnect lamp lead(s). Detach bumper after removing bumper-to-frame bolts. For both: Installation is reverse of removal.
  • Q: How do you remove a mirror?
    A: To remove the side view mirrors, start by disconnecting the negative cable from the battery. Then, remove the door trim panel and the mirror-to-door retaining nuts. If the side view mirror is a power mirror, unplug the electrical connector as well. Finally, lift off the mirror assembly. To install the side view mirrors, simply follow the steps in reverse order.
  • Q: How to inspect and replace battery cables?
    A: Periodically inspect the entire length of each battery cable for damage, cracked or burned insulation, and corrosion. Poor battery cable connections can cause starting problems and decreased engine performance. Check the cable-to-terminal connections at the ends of the cables for cracks, loose wire strands, and corrosion. The presence of white, fluffy deposits under the insulation at the cable terminal connection is a sign the cable is corroded and should be replaced. Check the terminals for distortion, missing mounting bolts or nuts, and corrosion. If only the positive cable is to be replaced, be sure to disconnect the negative cable from the battery first. Disconnect and remove the cable, making sure the replacement cable is the same length and diameter. Clean the threads of the starter or ground connection with a wire brush to remove rust and corrosion, and apply a light coat of petroleum jelly to the threads to ease installation and prevent future corrosion. Attach the cable to the starter or ground connection and tighten the mounting nut securely. Before connecting the new cable to the battery, make sure it reaches the terminals without having to be stretched. Connect the positive cable first, followed by the negative cable, and tighten the nuts. Apply a thin coat of petroleum jelly to the terminal and cable connection.