1999 Chevrolet Blazer - at 38,000 miles the brakes, tie rod ends, Pittman arm and oil cooler lines were shot

Posted on Thursday, January 29th, 2004 at 12:00am CST by 8d69aa30

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1999 Chevrolet Blazer - at 38,000 miles the brakes, tie rod ends, Pittman arm and oil cooler lines were shot

1999 chevrolet blazer-super lemon

I bought a 1999 chevrolet blazer which was a 2 year "lease vehicle". At 38,000 miles the brakes, tie rod ends, Pittman arm and oil cooler lines were shot. That was good for about $1,500. Now a little over a year later the brake rotors are corroded and ruined, the heater has stopped working (in the middle of Winter of course) and the outdoor temperature gauge stopped working.

Talk about putting you in the poor farm. I owe too much on it to get rid of it and can't afford to keep it... This is the worse vehicle and the biggest money sink I have ever owned since I started driving in 1965.

I feel sorry for anyone buying one of these used, since the dealers know they are a piece of junk and don't care as long as they make money on them. It's good to have somewhere like this to go to warn other people so they won't make the same mistake.

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