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  1. Engine Light and Reduced Engine Power after tune up

    OEM Issues
    hello all new to the forums today! i need your guys help today i changed my air filter, fuel filter oil, filter, spark plugs. and cleaned my throttle body i took it off and moved the plate a lot i held it open with my finger and cleaned all inside now i know that that is bad. i buttoned the car...
  2. Did I make a huge mistake?

    Midwest
    A few weeks ago I started the search for a used vehicle and I had my heart set on a Trailblazer or Envoy. I found a 2003 Trailblazer that seemed to drive good with low miles, me being a woman knows some things to look for, however I think I fell for a story. The serpentine belt had been chewed...
  3. HELP!! 02 trailblazer reduced engine power

    OEM Issues
    I have been reading your alls post for the last year and finally joined tv I love this site you all are very informative and I hope one day I can really help you all out as much as you have me I have a 2002 Chevy trailblazer Ltz this is my second one I love tb I bought this one with problems...
  4. SES and REP lights during heavy rain

    General
    Just got my very own 2002 Trailblazer a few weeks ago. I took it out camping for the first time last weekend, driving on plenty of dirt roads and using the recently repaired 4x4. On the way home from the trip, I was driving down a canyon and ran into a mean thunderstorm with really heavy rain...
  5. REP, SES, Stabilitrack lights coming on

    OEM Issues
    About 4 months ago my 06 TB StabiliTrak Indicator Light, check engine light, reduced engine power light started coming on at the same time. With this my TB power is reduced by about 1/2. I cannot figure out why this is happening. If I turn off the TB and remove and replace the gas cap...
  6. Stalling at Idle or Rough Idle - Read This First!

    OEM Issues
    If your (circa 2004) TrailBlazer/Envoy has 80-100k miles on the odo and your symptoms are stalling at idle or rough idle (stop lights, stop signs, parking lots, etc.) and you find yourself driving 'two-footed' to keep it from dying on you, then please read on. Based on past experiences with my...
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