|Check out this 1990 GMC Jimmy 4x4!
AM/FM CD w/ Amplifier
Power Door Locks
Power Disc Brakes
15x8 Rallys w/ BF Goodrich 33x12.50 15
Factory Dual Front Shocks
Dual Steering Stabilizer Shocks
Class 3 Hitch
4 Way Trailer Plug
Stainless Vent Shades
|The Chevrolet K5 Blazer is a full-size sport-utility vehicle that was built by General Motors. GM's smallest full-size SUV, it is part of the
Chevrolet C/K truck family. Introduced to the Chevrolet line for the 1969 model year, the K5 Blazer was replaced for 1995 by the
Chevrolet Tahoe. In 1970, GMC introduced its own model of the truck, called the Jimmy, which was discontinued in 1991 and replaced
by the Yukon. The "Jimmy" name was chosen to reflect how GM may sound in a similar manner to how Jeep was thought to be a
pronunciation of GP in the competing market. Both were short-wheelbase trucks and available with either rear- or
The K5 Blazer and Jimmy had "full convertible" removable tops until 1975. For 1976, GM introduced a half-cab design that was less
prone to leaks and slightly safer in a roll-over. These half cabs had the convertible top begin a few inches behind the driver/passenger
doors and run back to the tailgate.
The Blazer's long-wheelbase relative, with an integrated rear body and doors for 2nd row passengers, is the Chevrolet Suburban.
For the 1990 model year, all Blazers now had a standard rear wheel anti-lock braking system. A new electronic speedometer system,
with a 6 digit odometer on the dashboard was also introduced for 1990, along with non-asbestos brake linings. A new brake warning
light on the dashboard was also introduced for 1990. The Blazer body also used double sided, galvanized exterior sheet metal. A new
option for 1990 was power mirrors. The 5.7 liter V8 (L05) engine was improved for 1990 with the addition of improved oil control
rings, a redesigned rear crankshaft seal, a new camshaft sprocket design, non-asbestos intake manifold gaskets, and heavy-duty
intake valves. 3 point shoulder harness also become standard for rear passengers. The rear seat arm rest were eliminated from rear
seat to make room for shoulder belts and pads were added to the wheel housings.