What do you have? The i-4, the i-5?
Well, when you start to do mods, they're going to start to point to stuff in the warranty and how you may void sections of the warranty when you change stuff around.Bystrack2006 said:I have the 2006 Chevy colorado I4 with a intake. It moves me along just fine. The dealer ships are being ass's about me wanting to lower it and put a muffler on it.
What are you talking about? There are a lot of mod's for the inline 5:dvineyard said:What kind of mods can be done to the I-5. Have done the throttle body and cold air intake. Haven't seen much else except for headers and exhaust. :roll:
Very good advice!Calm down now!!! Colorado's haven't been out all that long. R&D takes alittle time to come out with proven modification. I would hold off as long as you can before jumping into any kinda big modification to such a new engine.
A CHEVY mechanic said a vortec 5300 could fit in the bay, but GM just doesn't want to do it. Is that true?
I'm a new member to this forum and would like to ask a question about my wife's 2004 Colorado with an inline 5 (2 wheel drive automatic, z71 with 26,000 miles). She keeps getting the check engine light. We have taken it in to the dealer and they always give us a lame excuse. At first I figured she's simply not tightening the gas cap enough but I'm beginning to think it's something else now. We live in the Phoenix area so it has never been exposed to snow. I read somewhere where the Colorado has a chronic problem with the exhaust valve springs causing the check engine light to appear. Is that true? She's stopping at AutoZone on the way home work today to have them check the diagnostic code. Any help will be appreciated.