1997 Chevrolet Blazer LS from North America
This car is a lemon
The E.G. valve has been replaced, which was very expensive.
I replaced the windshield wiper moter before the recall ever came out, I did it myself and didn't keep receipts so I couldn't get reimbursed.
Something inside the ignition switch was fixed.
The transmission just went out, so I got it rebuilt.
Rear black bumber has faded to white in certain spots.
Brakes have been replaced twice in thirty thousand miles.
Now, most recently It needs a tune up, and something they call a ignitor coil or something like that, has to be replaced witch is about a seventy dollar part by itself. I went to do the spark plug and wire change myself, but I quickly realized that they are about impossible to get too, and those wire clips are a pain in the butt.
The alternator has been replaced, and the whole air Condition system has been redone.
All in all, about $3500 in fixing things from 62000 miles to current, which I still haven't broke ninety.
When the car runs good, it has been a good car and has taken me plenty of places. The bad thing is that I'm still paying for it and can't get it paid because I keep having to fix it.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? No
Review Date: 24th January, 2004