Write the codes down and respond back. Maybe they should read this and see that apparently I am not the only person having these problems. The current and failure mileage were both 40,000. The service advisor indicated that the recall probably corrected the problem. After looking at this site I am very concerned for my family's safety in this vehicle. Selector switch acted up at 50-70 mph range. I told the dealership about it and they said they couldn't find anything wrong.
After being treated like an ignorant woman who doesn't know how to operate the controls I am finally changing dealers. Dealer had to tear apart transmission, remove drive shafts, transfer case, install new sun shell, related seals, and bearings. I tried other modes and the same thing happened. I told the dealer and gmac that I donot want the car back this is the 4th time this has happened and me and my familly are very affraid when driving this car that it is dangerous and could injure us. I have had the vehicle in to their shop four times since to have the same problem corrected, and it continues to happen. I'm afraid it could jerk enough to throw us off the road.
My wife who normally drives this vehicle says it happens several times during a typical 60-mile trip. At the time we were driving somewhat slowly so it didn't create a dangerous circumstance. This same thing happened a week after we starting leasing this vehicle back in April of 2002. So the vehicle is without 4 wld and often only has 1 working headlight. Pull the fuse out, if it is stll good -wait 2minutes and put it back. Our database currently holds over 54,000 entries dating back from 1940 to more recent 2011. Dealer telling me that its a motor sensor that encodes the transfer to shift.
Again, the dealer said they couldn't do anything now for me as the vehicle is working at this time. Oct 17, 2012 From someone that has had a 2000 Blazer for 6 years now I would say return the vehicle if you can and run the other way. Consumer did not want to pick up vehicle because she was scared for her family to ride in vehicle. Vehicle was taken back to dealer. Even if you're just tooling around town - every month or so you should engadge 4wd for a few miles. The next day light was out when I started it and the light blinking for the 4 wheel drive selector did the same thing now no light on 4 wheel drive selector and light is staying on on dash.
The service advisor indicated that the recall probably corrected the problem. Posted on Oct 10, 2009 The Internet, though, has a large number of web sites where you can buy service manuals and schematics from bookstores, publishers, and other collectors. But this was on an 1997 Blazer with Electronic control 4wd, so lets hope they improved the system since then. Any ideas or things to test? Inspect carefully and ask anyone you know so as not to help Gm collect on this pathetic problem. First instance was Jan 2002. How many people will be injured and or possibly killed before gm decides to bite the bullet and recall their bread-winning vehicle? If anyone knows a reason why I cannot go to an aftermarket fan with a thermostatic switch, let me know please.
It started out just being intermittent and now it has started and won't go away. Was driving less than 6 miles to work in the morning and gave it gas and felt something break. I told the dealer and gmac that I donot want the car back this is the 4th time this has happened and me and my familly are very affraid when driving this car that it is dangerous and could injure us. I would like this part recalled and to be reimbursed money for repairing it myself. Summary: Subject regarding radio speaker noise with brake applied.
While stopped at a stoplight, 4lo light began flashing. I suggest you few help links related to these issue,with there troubleshooting details and solutions. One week later, vehicle shifted into 4hi while driving in 2hi. Not sure if that was a recall, but the fan clutch should most definitely be. Service department replaced encoder motor.
The contact attempted to accelerate and was unable to due to the 4 wheel drive. This was 15 years ago of course. Consumer has had 2 accidents with the vehicle due to the vehicle dropping into 4-wheel low. When pressing gas loss of power was experienced. I hope the forecast is for dry weather!. Keep updated for more help.
But we're impressed with early-production models we drove recently. Transfer case shifting in and out with out warning, causing a slide and spin out condition. Even though you can enlarge it, I don't know if you will be able to read it. Was driving the vehicle at approx 65-70 mph in a4wd. First instance was Jan 2002.