Chevrolet Blazer Model Overview
Used Chevrolet Blazer
Chevrolet Blazer Questions
I was replacing the fuel pump on my 91 blazer, and there is a loose black wire hanging. It turns into brown wire, and goes into a rubber collar with the grey and purple wires to the fuel pump. The ...
Blazer Won't Start
Getting gas getting fire acts like it wants to with gas pedal down sometimes
Truck would turn over but not start and was found with bad fuel pump. Replaced it and assembly. Day later it shut off while moving in drive 2 times. A second mechanic found no obvious causes and sai...
No Spark At The Coil
1999 blazer s10 4.3 automatic losing spark. I found no spark at coil. I replaced crank sensor and ignition module and coil, spark plug and wires. I replaced the the distributor which includes cam sen...
1999 Chevy Blazer
The first day I got my 1999Chevy Blazer, checking out the buttons, I hit a button on the driver's door armrest that put the whole car into lock-down. Problem was, it wouldn't UNlock any of the doo...
Older Chevrolet Blazer
Chevrolet Blazer Overview
One of the true classics, and a pioneer of the SUV concept, the Chevrolet Blazer was launched in 1969. completely revamped on a new platform in 1983, and continued until 2005.
From its beginnings as a sturdy, mid-size off-road vehicle in a market that didn't quite know how to classify it (was it a pickup truck? a wagon? a utility vehicle?), the Chevy Blazer attained an iconic status on the American road.
Drivers loved the Blazer for its stiff, high-set suspension, its rugged but responsive handling, its durability, and its affordable price. The Chevy Blazer was seen as ready to face tough terrain, as well as roomy enough to carry a gaggle of Little Leaguers with balls, bats, and giant ice cream cones home from the game.
Unfortunately, the Chevrolet Blazer was outpaced by the very trend it had been so key in starting. As SUVs got bigger and more luxurious, the Blazer lagged in sales. Replaced by the TrailBlazer spinoff, the original Blazer is still mourned by drivers who miss its old-school styling and amazing value.
Blazers are also well-loved by the tuner and hobbyist market. You'll find a number of these tricked out as high-end project vehicles; they've got the heft and the Detroit steel to make the investment well worth it!