MY 2001 BLAZIER WON'T START

Asked by Jun 07, 2015 at 11:02 AM about the 2001 Chevrolet Blazer 4 Door LS 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

MY BLAZER WON'T START. SOME TIMES YOU TURN THE KEY AND IT DOES NOTHING, NO CLICK ,NO NOTHING, TRY AGAIN AND IT STARTS,  IT MIGHT GO 1 MONTH AND IT DOES IT AGAIN, BUT IT WILL START UP AFTER YOU KEEP TRYING, NEVER LEFT ME STRANDED FOR MORE THAN A MINUTE.  MIGHT DO THE SAME THE NEXT DAY OR IT MIGHT DO IT AGAIN 5 MONTH FROM NOW. WHAT IS WRONG, THANKS

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This issue could be several things. Check the ignition, possibly a bad spot in the starter. The ignition relay could also be intermittently shorting out. Hope that helps.

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HI, THIS HAS BEEN GOING ON FOR 10 YEARS, DO YOU THINK IF IT WOULD BE THE STARTER IT WOULD HAVE GOTTEN WORSE, LIKE LEFT ME SET ALONG THE ROAD. THANKS

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Some times it's the steering wheel position

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