1997 Chevrolet Blazer Q&A
1997 Chevrolet Blazer Question: My 1997 chevy blazer has issues starting.
When the problem started, It would turn over the starter but I would not hear the seatbelt noise. Try again and the seatbelt noise could be heard and it would start instantly. Over the next week it got harder and harder to start. I don't even need to turn it over all the way. If I don't hear the seatbelt noise it will not start. If I hear it it starts on the first crank of the starter. Sometimes Moving the tilt steering up and down would help. Now it's gotten worse and almost never starts. When it starts it will run forever until I shut it off with no problems. - Ray_l69
It sounds like the ignition switch may be failing on your 1997 Chevrolet Blazer. When the fault occurs, not all electrical circuits powered by the ignition switch are receiving power. A similar ignition switch fault has been reported by RepairPal - please visit the following link for more information http://repairpal.com/electrical-contacts-in-the-ignition-switch-may-fail-433 - Jim Taddei
my truck is a 4 door 4 wheel drive 4.3L V6. The truck was running great i shut it off and it wouldn't start again. If you pour gas into the intake it will run for a few seconds. I have been told it...