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    RE: Replacing Lights In The Radio

    those are mostly LED's. some can be replaced but most of them cannot.
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    by reading the owners manual.
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    RE: Battery drain overnight?

    disconnect the negative battery cable and connect an ammeter between the post and the cable. DO NOT open the doors or tailgate, as this will blow the fuse in your meter. you should also disconnect...
  4. RE: UPDATE

    the switch you looked at sounds like the right one. were the contacts making contact? when the pedal is returned all the way, the contacts should not be touching the pedal assembly, but rather just...
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    RE: starting issues

    you can do one very simple check on the regulator by pulling off the vacuum hose, if there is fuel in the hose, the regulator is bad. If it is dry you will need a fuel pressure gauge to find out if...
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    RE: Noise in steering column when turning

    Your dealer is right. every G.M. vehicle built from about '99 to present is affected by this at some point. the intermediate steering shaft makes a clunk/ pop noise while turning. G.M.'s fix is to...
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    RE: oil change

    the oil change reminder light works based off of # of times the engine is started, How long the engine is operated for each time it is started, whether or not the coolant comes up to operating temp,...
  8. RE: How to remove inside armrest to allow a seat cover?

    According to the service manual, you need to remove the bottom of the seat back trim, reach up in the seat foam and release the clip, then pull the armrest out. installation is as simple as replacing...
  9. I have foound all kinds of problems caused by...

    I have foound all kinds of problems caused by mice and chipmunks, even had a porcupine chew the fuel lines and the cores out of a radiator. I have found dead mice behind hubcaps and in blower motors....
  10. RE: Electrical power "slip" problem on 95 burb

    The battery could very well be the problem. The alternator supplies current flow when engine rpm is high enough and also charges the battery. When you are at idle the alt cant keep up and some of the...
  11. The electrical switch for the parking brake...

    The electrical switch for the parking brake indicator is on the parking brake pedal, check to see if it is bent or broken. the other switch that can illuminate that light is the pressure differential...
  12. RE: Electrical power "slip" problem on 95 burb

    Does this problem occur when you have a high electrical load (radio, wipers, lights, rear defrost etc all on at the same time)? The first place I would check would be any and all groound straps from...
  13. Kinda sounds like a vacuum leak or an IAC valve...

    Kinda sounds like a vacuum leak or an IAC valve that is not responding the way it should. Those throttle bodies were known for having a vacuum leak under the throttle body, the gasket between the TB...
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    That is a good possibility, also if you check the...

    That is a good possibility, also if you check the stop light switch and it is ok, you can go to the BTSI (brake transmission shift interlock) solenoid, which is mounted on the steering coloumn and...
  15. It is the muffler. I have replaced alot of...

    It is the muffler. I have replaced alot of exhaust systems under warranty for the same condition. If you do not want to spend the money for a new exhaust system, smack the muffler in the center with...
  16. 210 is just fine. most new cars dont kick on the...

    210 is just fine. most new cars dont kick on the electric fans until 225-230 degrees. the thermostat on your burb should open at 195 degrees and getting up to 220- 230 degrees would be acceptable on...
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    the heater controls should be lit up back into...

    the heater controls should be lit up back into the seventies. those ones just used a 168 bulb, your 94 should be lit also, remove the control head and you should find small bulb sockets that have to...
  18. The turn signal switch is most likely the...

    The turn signal switch is most likely the problem. the brake lights go thru the turn signal switch so that the turn signal can override the individual bulb when you push the brake and have a signal...
  19. 1. In the truck line, the 5th digit indicates 2wd...

    1. In the truck line, the 5th digit indicates 2wd or 4wd. yours is a 2wd as shown by the C. Full size trucks blazers and suburbans use C or K for 2 or 4wd. S series trucks and blazers use S for 2wd...
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    as long as you plan to change it at regular...

    as long as you plan to change it at regular intervals you can get away with the cheaper ones
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    95-99 use a muti function switch instead of of...

    95-99 use a muti function switch instead of of turn signal switch. Removing the air bag is simple. remove the battery cable, remove the airbag fuse, wait 15 minutes because of the capacitors, then...
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    the dealer is not going to cover that, even...

    the dealer is not going to cover that, even though it is a very common problem. They are not hard to change, special tool or no special tool. just take out the 8 mm screw holding the middle of the...
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    the '99 and up trucks and '00 and up new style...

    the '99 and up trucks and '00 and up new style burbs have a cable system to operate the power windows. the cable is notorious for breaking. normally the LF window dies first, but it could happen to...
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    The a/c evaporator in the rear or one of the...

    The a/c evaporator in the rear or one of the lines going to it has to be leaking. the compressor in the front is shared between the front and rear systems. if there is oil leaking then there is...
  25. I gotta agree with 84fiero, looks like way more...

    I gotta agree with 84fiero, looks like way more work than it had to be. at the most i would have unbolted the motor mounts and lifted the engine just enough to get to the offending plug, or maybe...
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