Is the Chevy Blazer a 4 wheel drive car?
Well, today I fixed yet another problem with my 2003 Chevy Blazer 4 Wheel Drive — Friday past, my in-dash 4×4 controls stopped working and hence I could not engage 4 wheel drive. Of course, these things will always happen at the most inconvenient time.
What was the name of the 2002 Chevy Blazer?
The TrailBlazer name was previously used on step-up Blazers. But GMC dropped its Jimmy the automakers equivalent of Chevys Blazer when it introduced the midsize 2002 Envoy. The 2002 Blazers come in LS and Xtreme trims.
How many seats does a 2002 Chevy Blazer have?
Either five or six passengers fit into the Blazer, depending on the model. Four-door models have split front and rear bench seats for a six-passenger capacity. Front buckets and a two-place split, folding rear bench are standard on all two-door Blazers, including the Xtreme version.
What was the problem with my Chevy Blazer?
The wires/plug connector were badly corroded on a few pins — which led to two broken wires (pin #1, grey w/ black and pin #6, orange). OK, so how the heck am I going to fix this?
How do you troubleshoot a Chevy 4 wheel drive?
How to Troubleshoot a Chevy Four-Wheel Drive. Chevy uses an electronic control to transfer the power from two-wheel drive to four-wheel drive. It’s no longer necessary to exit the vehicle and manually lock the hubs on the front wheels. This 4×4 system is operated with a transfer case knob on the dash board.
Why is my Chevy Blazer 98 not working?
Description: This Chevy Blazer 98 4×4 w New venture 233 transfer case had the 4×4 not working. The system can be viewed in 2 parts, the computer controlled parts, which actuate the transfer case and locks the front drive shaft in. And part 2, the mechanical, which involves vacuum actuated and controlled parts.
When did my 2003 suburban 4WD system fail?
When my 2003 Suburban’s 4WD system failed, I was 4 hours from home with my travel trailer! The front axle was halfway engaged, so it produced a gut-wrenching grinding noise during turns for the entire drive home. However, I fixed it myself-and I bet you can, too!