2000 Chevrolet Blazer Repair and Maintenance
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2000 Chevrolet Blazer ProblemsABS Light Due to Brake System Control Unit Failure
The headlight switch used on the Chevrolet Blazer is known to fail through normal operation. Since the headlight switch is also integrated into the interior lights, a malfunctioning switch can cause issues with interior lights as well.
- Symptoms of a failed headlight switch include:
- Headlights and taillights failing to turn on or off
- Interior lights flicker, or fail to turn on or off
- Gauge cluster lighting off or flickering with headlights on
- Parking light malfunctions
This issue is well known with General Motors Trucks and SUVs, and is solved by testing and, if needed, replacing the headlight/dimmer switch. Bad grounding wires at the tail-lights, and dirty/corroded tow package wires can also lead to some of these issues.
2000 Chevrolet Blazer QuestionsMy truck cuts out while I'm driving (1 answer)
The lights on the dash suddenly switch off and not long after my truck cuts out and will not start again.
I've taken it to a mechanic and they can not find the problem, they sent my truck on to an auto electrician and they could not find the problem either. This has happened before and bot...
When I was changing the rear axle on my 2000 Chevy Blazer 4x4 I noticed a spider gear slipped out of place the axle bearing and seal went bad so I was changing it first time this has happened how do I take care of this do they have to go back in a specific order or can I just line them back up wi...
Think fuel pump and maybe fyel sensor?
2000 Chevrolet Blazer RecallsGM Recalls Certain 2000-2002 SUVs Due to Stop Lamp and Rear Hazard Lamp Failure
The multifunction switch may have a short circuit, which may cause the stop lamps and rear hazard lamps to fail. Stop lights that fail to operate may cause a crash. Dealers will replace the hazard switch carrier. (Note: This campaign is an expansion of a previous recall; see 01V364)
The stop lamps and hazard lights may fail because of a faulty multifunction switch. If the lights do not illuminate, it may present a safety issue. Dealers will replace the multifunction switch.
The seat belt buckles may not have been properly heat-treated during the manufacturing process. This may cause the buckles not to function correctly during a collision, which may cause injury. Dealers will replace the seat belt buckles.