So we opened up the back let down the seat and use that as your own personal shaded picnic area. Tyler answered 11 months ago I have a very nice and clean 4. Archived from on February 10, 2016. We also seem to have problems with the controls for the heat and air - even though you are trying different settings, no changes can be felt. It has a really nice ride and good handling and steering.
With the occasional leather conditioner once or twice a year all of the chairs are in great condition the dash as with fan the test of time with an occasional Armor All treatment. Gauges in the dash may actually be different. Check out our complete fan kit. Which leads us to a question: What, exactly, was the point? My truck is paid off and has been for a while. That's over 500 at the crank and it's a pretty basic build.
Really is the mechanical advance tech that has worked for 50 yrs on trucks just won't do it anymore. With the occasional leather conditioner once or twice a year all of the chairs are in great condition the dash as with fan the test of time with an occasional Armor All treatment. I just can't see this being anything close to a nightmare. It's actually just on the engine and there are connectors everywhere connecting the various portions of the harness. The interior and all the bells and whistles are sweet, When they start to crap out its not worth repairing all the over engineered electrical though. If you have a V8, your options are wide open. Like you said i6 aftermarket is barely anything besides and air intake which is why I wanted to do the unique turbo build.
Archived from on April 29, 2009. Seems the only differences will be all internal. There is a lot of rear cargo space and the back seats easily fold down. The second generation TrailBlazer is built in Thailand and in Brazil. And even if it is, you could just go the custom route and upgrade the whole cooling system like this guy did: The transmissions are almost the same, but the bell-housing is different, and someone correct me, I think certain years have a speed sensor or other additional sensors. So an engine swap seems easier to swing. The also resembles the second generation TrailBlazer.
It's not that fantastic unless you tow stuff. What year s should I ask for? Fifteen years is a lot of time for a wiring to go bad, harnesses to come loose, or not have any maintenance done. I replaced the distributor cap and rotor and codes and check engine light went away. At that point the V8 makes sense, otherwise no. I love that it has a sun roof! I have replaced both O2 sensors also.
There's always been conflicting reports of what's possible in this scenario and I'd like to get the collective in on this, hopefully turning it into a real resource for questions. Picked up a Chevy performance ls3 525 hp complete motor. I'm sure this swap could be done for less than 30% of that. Okay, the Tahoe family ranges higher in price-but not by much. Common Trailblazer Transmission Problems By 2003 the 4L60e had a decade of refinement to it, which made the transmission one of the most reliable things on the vehicle. Looking for a complete plug and play set up? I believe this is most of the infomation I have on this swap, Ive been watching an engine harness on eBay for a month plus now but just cant bring myself to doing the swap on my 02.
It can be totally removed and swapped out. The TrailBlazer, along with the , were replaced by the. I don't think it would be a nightmare if doing a straight swap over. I would think it is feasible for sure. Feel free to add to the list if I miss something or if information is misleading. I hear you on the love for the I6, I'm not unimpressed with it.
So it'd probably be best to find yourself a engine+transmission combo, if you're going 4x4 get the transfer case too. The new owner has probably not transferred the title into his or her name and serving the…. I have not had to provide any repairs on the vehicle outside of regular maintenance and the replacement of the occasional part that has needed to be replaced due to its age or the use that I have put on it. That said, I've got 2 of the v8 360's currently and had another prior. That's where I really felt like this should be a relatively straightforward swap. The sheer amount of time to do this swap has got to be worth thousands and thousands of dollars of your time by itself plus the parts. First, the vehicle would not hold a battery and we could not figure out why.