Bought the truck new. Loved the way it
felt and road at first.Then things
started to break. Had 5-7 recalls. Rear
end went out at 60,000. Fuel injectors
at 80,000. Cat. converter at 8500. Egr
valve went out. I would get rid of it,
but everytime I start to, something
else breaks(water pump, alternator) and
I fix it and keep it awhile longer.
One of the poorest vehicle buys I have
made: Brakes are terrible, replaced
engine due to remote oil filter
failure. Electrical problems plauge it.
15 mpg is nothing to write home about.
Sways side to side too much. Interior
rattles due to poor fit & finish.
Plastic trim on exterior falling apart,
door hinges broke on driver and
passenger side. CD player died.
Would not recommend to others.
I'm on my-no less than-5th EGR valve!
And 4 or 5 other problems related to
carbon build-up. Talks with GM
determined that they just don't care
that they produced a lemon. They
extended warr on egr to 75,000 miles,
but won't solve the cause of the
problem. Bought new and babied. Wish
some good lawyer would file suit
against Chevy and GM. re:EGR problem!!!
They don't seem to have the same EGR
problem with 1996 and later - so why
not go back and fix the 95's. I only
have 89,000 miles and won't sell
privately myself to hurt somebody else
GM should be ashamed of this vehicle!!!
Ive reploaced the engine twice plus 1
transmission, 1 AC compressor, 1 rad, 1
water pump, ball joints, 1 catalytic
converter, o2 sensor. Now all I need to
fix is the brakes the funny clonking
noise the interior rattle and the noisy
fuel pump and it should be OK!
I cant believe GM ever thought it was
acceptable to sell it.
That Im not the only one who thought
they bought a lemon.
Give everyone their money back and
build a decent car.
if your buying a used blazer from a
dealer take it else were to get it
certified, the one that i bought
(supposed to have been cerified) had
next to no brakes.....changed the fuel
pump, egr valve.oxygene sensor,now my
abs is acting up.........i DO NOT
trust this truck to go out of town
with....but it looks good and that is
it...so beware people.not a good
more storage space and less rattling
in the inside (good thing i have a
good sound system ) hides the noise
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