1985 Chevrolet Blazer Overview

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1985 Chevrolet Blazer Overview

The 1985 Chevrolet Blazer continued to offer rugged off-road performance in the still-new SUV market segment.

A small number of rear-wheel-drive, four-cylinder models were produced; the standard engine for the four-wheel-drive version, though, was a six-cylinder, 155-horsepower plant. Not surprisingly, buyers of the big, tough '85 Blazer often upgraded to a more powerful V8 mill; a range of these were available, including two V8 diesel options.

Many 1985 Chevy Blazer owners love its versatility and handling, especially its ability to go off-road and transport people and cargo inside rather than in a truck bed.

However, some '85 Chevy Blazer owners report problems with the four-wheel drive, transmission, and other mechanical problems and said replacement parts were expensive.

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Window Slipped Down In 85’ Chevy Blazer

The driver side window slipped down into the door and won’t come back up. I have power windows and motor still runs. was wondering if the window could just be off track or if I’d have to replace t...

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Manual Transmission

1985 s10blazer had been parked for 6 years outside. I drove it home at the time, so now it's running but when I step on clutch pedal there's no force against it and it won't engage the gears.