10th Jan 2005, 20:49
Reading this review made me remember what it was like to own my old Blazer. I'd forgotten how much trouble that car really was. It seems like every repair mentioned in the review was one I had done on my blazer too.
26th Sep 2006, 00:35
Ya, I bought mine from a local couple, they took great care of it. It had 87,000 original, not too bad. The fuel rail went out the first week, and it ran like crap until it warmed up. I thought it was gonna blow up. But... after getting it fixed ($700.00), it has been a great little rig, nothing has yet to go wrong. I haven't had it too long though. The most troubling thing is the color.. people love it or hate it (purple). Go Vikes!
16th Dec 2007, 11:54
I have a 95 Blazer.
The engine coolant temperature and oil pressure gauge don't go back to the zero point when I turn off the motor.
Pleas I need answers to email@example.com
15th Jul 2008, 14:19
I own a 1995 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4 door 4wd. I brought it about a year and a half ago.
The first thing that I want to say is that I love it. It has about 136,500 miles on it and it drives very well. The reason that I believe that all of you are having trouble with your blazers is because you don't take care of them. Of course it is going to cost money to own a car. You have to take care of your car from the engine to the interior and exterior. Also we are all talking about a 1995. A car that is 14 years old if it was made in 1994. That is VERY old. Parts are going to wear down. It happens to every car. So, stop complaining about an old car breaking down because it is going to happen to all cars.
6th Dec 2010, 09:05
To the guy who replied on 15th July 2008.
You are right, when one part on the engine goes bad or gets wear and tear it's going to put more stress on other parts and cause them to go bad. So with old cars you are going to have to put some money into them, so it will run the way it should.
Now, I know that people that get on here complain about their cars because they break down. You get people who drive a car for 50,000-100,000 miles with no maintenance at all, then when it breaks down or blows up they complain. I am of course just being sarcastic about people driving 50,000-100,000 miles with no maintenance done to their cars. But the thing is take good care of a car and it just might take care of you.
Thanks for reading.