How to Replace CV Joints in a 1998 Chevy Blazer 4X4?

Answer A CV joint, also referred to as a constant-velocity joint, is one of the components of the drive shaft that allows you to steer the wheels while traveling. If the CV joint begins to malfunction, yo... Read More »

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How to Replace Ball Joints for a Chevy Blazer LS?

The ball joints connect your vehicle's control arms to the steering knuckles. They allow the steering knuckles to turn the wheels left and right while your car's suspension is moving up and down. I... Read More »

How to Replace Lower Ball Joints on a Chevy Blazer?

The lower ball joint on a Chevy Blazer connects the lower control arm to the steering knuckle. The ball joint allows the up and down motion of the control arm in relation to the suspension, while a... Read More »

How to Replace the Starter in a 1998 Chevy Blazer?

If your 1998 Chevy Blazer won't start, chances are your starter might be bad. You first have to rule out the battery, fuses, relays and the solenoid, but if you do all that and the problem still ex... Read More »

How Do I Replace an O2 Sensor in a 1998 Chevy Blazer?

The 1998 Chevy Blazer has three oxygen (O2) sensors. Two are located up on the front Y-pipe bolted to the V-6 engine's manifold. These two sensors detect the fuel-to-air mix in the exhaust and tran... Read More »