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1993 Chevy S10 Blazer Tahoe Package 4wd Hi-lo Automatic Transmission 4-door on 2040-cars

US $750.00
Year:1993 Mileage:135500
Location:

Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States

Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States

For sale is a 1993 Chevrolet S10 Blazer Tahoe package, 4dr, 4WD Hi-Lo, Automatic transmission, and a 4.3L Vortec 6Cyl engine. The truck has a frame mounted ball hitch, 4 tires with near-full tread and a full-size spare with full tread, power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, and cruise control. You will not find a better technologically equipped pre-1995 car available. The car has always started up on the first crank during the coldest mornings. The transmission shifts smooth and true with no hesitation. Car also comes with rain guards for all 4 doors/windows. I replaced the factory stereo with a CD/Aux/AM/FM player, which I will be taking out unless the buyer wants to purchase it seperate from the price of the car.  The AC does not blow cold, but it blows strong, so I believe it just needs a recharge. The only rust on the car is on the front two wheel wells, and a little under the drivers and passengers front doors. The drivers' door hinge pins need to be replaced, I have the parts but haven't had the time to put them in.

Major Issue:

This truck ran fine until last month when I began to get a knocking noise in the engine, which ended up setting off the knock sensor on the engine, shutting it off. The problem kept occurring, so I tore down the front of the engine and found no problems with anything on the serpentine belt, and replaced the timing chain. When I started the truck back up, the engine ran like a dream while parked for about 30 minutes, then when I gave it some gas, the knocking returned. However, this time the knocking did not shut the engine off. I can drive around the block with the knocking occurring and the engine will not shut off, now. I have talked to a few mechanics who have told me that the issue could be a bad lifter. I do not have the time/funds to replace anything else on this truck, and would like to see it go to someone who has the time+funds to repair the engine and keep it on the road for another 10 years.

I am asking $1200 or best offer. I have the title in hand, and 2 sets of keys (door keyx2 and ignition keyx2) plus a remote lock/unlock/hatch open fob.

I would like to sell this as a whole.  Please make me an offer.  Pick up by buyer. Cash only.

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