DIY Upper and Lower Ball Joint Replacement Part 1 - Chevy Blazer How to Replace Upper Ball Joint
This is the first video in a set where I demonstrate how to replace the
upper and lower ball joints on a 2000 Chevy Blazer (4 wheel drive). In
this DIY video I show how to remove the brake caliper, rotor, ABS sensor
wire and the upper ball joint (plus the upper ball joint installation).
I'll be posting the other videos soon and will add links to those videos at
at the end of this one. The following DIY repair videos will include how to
remove the steering knuckle, hub assembly and lower ball joint (as well as
the lower ball joint installation). Lastly, I'll show you how to put it all
back to together and grease the new ball joints. Please leave questions
and comments below. Don't forget to subscribe if you find my videos
helpful. Thanks for watching!
GMC Jimmy, S10, Blazer DIY How to Diagnose HVAC Mode Control - Vent - Defrost - Floor Selector
This video is should provide a starting point in trying to diagnose a GMC
fan mode selection issue. My 2000 Blazer always blows air out of the dash
vents. This video demonstrates how the vacuum actuators work to divert air
from the vents to the foot wells as well as to the defrost vent. In the
next video I will test the vacuum to ensure that I have sufficient vacuum
to the actuators. Ultimately I believe that I;ll have to replace the upper
actuator, as I believe that it is faulty.
94 s10 blazer missfire and CPI spider injector repair
truck started running very bad like the injectors were leaking so i popped
the plenum off and found that whoever had it before me fixed the gas lines
with rubber line and zip ties and wrapped the small ones in electrical
tape. so i went ahead and took my new set of injectors from my totaled
blazer and still running bad. so i thought well just replace the coil that
i also had a spare. and what ya know it runs better than ever.
Fix It Right! - Fuel Injection System Replacement
Fix It Right! - Fuel Injection System Replacement (S1E6)
Demonstrated on a 1999 Chevrolet Blazer 4.3L V6 Vortec 2WD.
In this video, we demonstrate the process of removing the stock fuel
injection assembly, and install an upgraded assembly that converts the
vehicle to full multiport fuel injection. This is a fairly straightforward
repair to resolve a common issue with the older CFI and "upgraded" CSFI
systems used on GM's Vortec engines: sticking poppet valves that dump raw
The stock fuel injection system for 4.3L V6 and 5.7L V8 GM Vortec engines
consists of a central injector housing containing either a sequencer (for
the older CFI design) or six injector solenoids (for the newer CSFI
redesign) and six tubes with a poppet valve on each tube end, each of which
are inserted into the intake manifold. The poppet valves are subject to
clogging from microscopic debris in the fuel, varnish buildup, etc. Once
one or more of them clog, the engine starts to run rough and mileage starts
to nosedive. Since the engine control computer will detect a rich condition
due to excess fuel consumption and will begin leaning out the engine to
compensate, watch for long fuel trims moving strongly negative if checking
the vehicle with a scanner capable of reading OBD-II datastreams.
The replacement fuel injection assembly is a new design, and instead of
using poppet valves and a single injector and sequencer manifold or central
bank of injectors, the new assembly replaces each poppet valve with a
miniature injector on each tube end. This design has a number of
advantages: improved throttle response since there's no transit time for
pressurized fuel to travel down the individual injector lines, improved
fuel economy (not the least of which is from not constantly dripping fuel),
increased horsepower due to improved
fuel delivery efficiency, and increased reliability since the injectors
have a more forceful open/close action. Generally speaking, customers that
have had this procedure performed had positive opinions on their vehicle's
IMPORTANT NOTE: Please read the disclaimer text at the start of the video
before attempting anything shown therein. Take your time, take care, and be
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DIY Fuel Injector Cleaning & Repair
This is the end result of a few hours of work and $60 because I didn't have
a 1/4" NPT tap in any of my kits. I could have done this for less-than
$40. The BG products were donated to the cause.
The REASON you want to use 20 PSI is precisely because of how peak-hold
type injectors work. The injector signal sends a 4v spike to open a
peak-hold type injector quickly, then maintains its open condition with
only 1 volt. Really, it's a current thing and there's a longer
explanation, but that's it in a nutshell. When you put the injector in its
operating pressure, it takes more than a AA battery to open it, but you
don't want to sustain that much current with a momentary switch and your
expensive injectors. This isn't in the video because this warning wouldn't
be as clear. Unless you can simulate the injector pulse precisely, don't
try it. 1.5v is enough to open it below its operating pressure. If you
open it and THEN apply pressure, you can flow as much pressure as you can
throw at it.
I don't discourage anyone from getting their injectors professionally
cleaned and balanced, but in my case, I didn't feel that was necessary.
In my first video, I thanked the seller for these injectors and happy to
know I got a great deal on high quality parts. My gratitude is even
greater because I had problems with them. It gave me an opportunity to
help others troubleshoot these kinds of problems when purchasing used
parts. A different idiot might have blamed the seller for peddling crap,
demanding their money back... but that would only be because they didn't
even know what they were looking at.
This particular idiot knows what high quality parts RC injectors are and
how to clean 'em. $250 + $60 still means I saved about $150 on a brand new
set. We all benefit because I bought these and I'm grateful! Let the good
GMC Jimmy \ Chevy Blazer Fuel Tank Removal - Fuel Pump Replacement Instructions DIY Video Part 1
This video walks you through removing the fuel tank on a 2000 Chevy Blazer,
GMC Jimmy and other GM vehicles. This is the first step in the fuel pump
replacement procedure. I'll be posting a video on how to install the fuel
pump, as well as how to install the gas tank, when the order comes in.
Removing the fuel tank on a Chevy Blazer \ GMC Jimmy is not that bad of a
job. I've also posted a close up shot of how to release the quick
connectors on the fuel line. The instructions in this video will be the
same of similar on several other vehicles. I would not recommend
purchasing a cheap fuel pump, stick with AC Delco, Delphi or possibly Bosh.
I purchased a Delphi fuel pump on Amazon for $169.99 (free shipping).
S10 BLAZER on 54" BOGGERS PUNCHIN THROUGH CRAZY 8 SWAMP - River Run!
Jeff Cole in his S10 Blazer attempting a pass through the Crazy 8 hole at
River Run near Jacksonville, TX - 3/5/11.
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Chevy Blazer lift, Adjusting The Torsion Bars to level the Blazer
Chevy Blazer lift, Adjusting The Torsion Bars to level the Blazer
This Chevy Blazer has had different leaf
springs put on the rear,that I think was for a S10 truck and not a Chevy
Blazer. The arch and length of the rear leaf springs are not measuring what
a Chevy Blazer is supposed to. So with the back up in the air to far it
puts extra weight on front end. To help remedy this I have decided to crank
up the torsion bar adjustment. Hoping It will help compinsate for the rear
being up in the air.
Avaliação GM S10 LTZ 4x4 200cv 2014
Avaliamos agora a ultima geração da Chevrolet S10, na versão topo de
linha LTZ equipada com tração 4x4. Veja como ela se comportou, em
diferença ao modelo anterior de 180cv. Acompanhe!
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