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Old 04-04-2008, 08:12 AM
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Default 2000 S-10 Blazer wiring problems

I finally take posession of a 2000 S-10 Blazer LS on Monday. The biggest problem this vehicle has is an electrical short that slowly drains the battery thanks to unprofessional installation of video gear in this truck (a news photographer playing with Internet video equipment...).

I have the basic troubleshooting skills fromelectrical adventures with my Samurai. What I am looking for is a decent complete wiring diagram for my Blazer.GMmanuals tend (in my experience) to be short oncomplete wiring diagrams...

Anyone know where I can find a 2000 S-10 Blazer wiring diagram?
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Default RE: 2000 S-10 Blazer wiring problems

I agree... I'm a licensed electrician.. electrical should be easy for me.. but it becomes useless without a good set of diagrams. and I can honestly say i have only come across a handfull of diagrams that were worth anything..lol the best ones I've found were from forums not manuals.. and this one seems to be lacking.. i've seen people trying to sell them on here.. a FSM would be ideal but I cant find anyone that has them in pdf... tho if anyone reads this in addition to the 2000 ack is looking for I'm also looking for one for a 1995..( not trying to hijack...lol sorry)
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Default RE: 2000 S-10 Blazer wiring problems

AllDataDIY.com is a good source for wiring diagrams, it just depends on how difficult or easy it is to find them using their layout.

The FSM will have everything that you require, but is $$$ and again, it may not be in the most logical place. I don't think I have spent over $80 on any of the FSMs that I have purchased for my vehicles (eBay), but don't see anything reasonably priced for a 2000 S/T...

As far as complete wiring diagrams go for a '00, I can get you some of those parts through the AllDataDIY account I still hold for my 2000 Bravada (AllData doesn't distinguish between Bravada/Jimmy/Blazer), but you have to be specific as to the circuits you are interested in.

Basically, to solve your problem, you need to work through the system to figure out where your draw is originating from. Start at the battery with the DMM in amps (or mA) mode. Remove the negative terminal, connect one lead to the battery negative and the other to the negative cable. Start removing fuses until you see a drop in the amperage. Note the drop and move on until you see zero amp draw. Once you have a good feeling of the offending circuits, I can try to get you some diagrams.

Or you could pick up an AllDataDIY.com account for yourself if you want to browse around. Not sure what they are for the initial subscription, but I know I just put on another vehicle for my aunt & uncles Stratus this past weekend for $10/yr ($30/5yrs if I wanted to go that route).
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