Fool me once...fool me 2x, shame on me
By Jerry Schreck on
2000 Chevrolet Blazer LT 4dr SUV 4WD
Never again. Bought a 2000, made a
lemon-law claim due to problems with
the drive-train (front or rear??? they
could never figure it out).
Replacement vehicle has same thing but
not as bad. Now, with 50k miles and
out of warranty, front ball joints are
shot ($1600-1800), pwr steering pump
leaks, tie rods bad, etc. Only
problem, never taken off road! Now I
learn front end problems very, very
common on S-10 models. I am the 3rd
person I know with same problems.
Interior ergonomics, heated (leather)
Quality! Understand front-end problems
cured with 03 Trailblazer but I'm not
taking the chance!