well i switched to chevron so i could take advantage of their techron as well as upping my octane from 85 to 93 (havent got any of the bottled techron
Great tip, Ived used that trick on older Toyota's a lot but not many other vehicles had holes in the drums like that.
Have 2008 Suburban black leather split 2nd row seat and want to swap for black leather captain chair. I live in South Florida.
On top of what's been mentioned... spraying/rust proofing you vehicle with a rust preventative like fluid film goes a long way.
Sunk it in my gravel driveway
Front tire was buried about 10-12". Called in off road recovery to winch it out. Left for work
X3 on the private.
Good morning everyone! I was up late last night replacing the rear drum shoes for my 2007 Silverado NBS and I thought I'd post a little trick I used
I recently replaced mine in my 05 yukon xl. After searching around I found that going thru the dealer and buying it from GM was the best option. Mine
I know someone here has access to alldata or something like that and can help me out.
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