Download 1999-2000 Cadillac Escalade (Old Style) 2002-2004 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade EXT 2003-2004 Cadillac Escalade ESV 1996-1999 Chevrolet 1500 Series Extended Cab Short Box Pickup (Old Style) 1996-1999 Chevrolet 1500 Series Regular Cab Pickup and Utility Models (Old Style) 1999-2002 Chevrolet Silverado Extended Cab Short Box (New Style) 1999-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Series Regular Cab (New Style) 2000-2004 Chevrolet 1500 Series Avalanche, Suburban and Tahoe 2001-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500/3500 Series Regular Cab with Long Bed or Extended Cab (New Style) 2001-2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Series Crew Cab, Short Box (New Style) 1996-1999 GMC 1500 Series Extended Cab Short Box Pickup (Old Style) 1996-1999 GMC 1500 Series Regular Cab Pickup and Utility Models (Old Style) 1999-2002 GMC Sierra Extended Cab Short Box (New Style) 1999-2004 GMC Sierra 1500 Series Regular Cab (New Style) 2000-2004 GMC 1500 Series Yukon, Yukon XL 2001-2004 GMC Sierra 2500/3500 Series Regular Cab with Long Bed or Extended Cab (New Style) 2001-2004 GMC Sierra 2500 Series Crew Cab, Short Box (New Style) 2003-2005 HUMMER H2 with Four Wheel Drive (4WD) or All Wheel Drive (AWD) and One-Piece Propeller Shaft ONLY.… Read More
Download FORD: 1997-2005 E-Series, F-150, F-Super Duty ISSUE Some 1997-2005 E-Series/F-150/F-Super Duty 4×2 vehicles may exhibit a driveline clunk or bump that occurs as the vehicle starts to move forward, following a stop. This condition may be caused by the slip yoke not sliding smoothly on the output shaft splines. ACTION Lubricate the slip yoke with Motorcraft PTFE Lubricant. Refer to the following Service Procedure. SERVICE PROCEDURE 1. Verify the condition. 2. Remove the driveshaft per Workshop Manual Section 205-01. Be sure to index-mark the driveshaft during removal to maintain alignment during reinstallation. 3. Lubricate the slip yoke with 7-13 grams (0.25-0.46 oz.) of Motorcraft PTFE Lubricant. 4. Re-index and reinstall the driveshaft per Workshop Manual. 5. Verify the repair.
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Preparation and Precaution Before beginning installation, ensure that you have sufficient clearance between the axle and the chassis. Use a jack if necessary. Install at one side of the vehicle at a time. Pay attention to your safety at all times during installation – always use axle stands to support the vehicle! 5. INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLATION The following instructions make reference to the diagrams on pages 16 to 18 inclusive. 5.1 Attachment of Top Plate and Tube to Bellow i. Attach the upper plate to the top of the bellow (i.e. the end without the air inlet / exhaust port) using four countersunk screws—Figures 1 and 2. ii. See Section 5.7 – ” Tube Connection and Disconnection, Cutting and Routing” : Connect a tube to the bellow by pushing the tube into the air inlet port on the underside of the spring and then hand-rotating the tube by one screw turn—Figures 1 and 2.… Read More
Download Models: 2001 Chevrolet Silverado, Suburban 2001 GMC Sierra, Yukon XL Equipped with 8.1L V8 (RPO L18 – VIN G) Engine. Condition General Motors has decided that a defect, which relates to motor vehicle safety, exists in certain 2001 model year Chevrolet Silverado, Suburban; GMC Sierra and Yukon XL model vehicles, equipped with an 8.1L V8 (RPO L18 – VIN G) engine. Some of these vehicles have a condition in which the crankshaft position sensor can fail intermittently or permanently. If the sensor fails intermittently, the Service Engine Soon (SES) light may illuminate and the vehicle may run rough. In addition, the engine may stall, and if so, may re-start immediately or after a cool down period. If the sensor fails permanently, the engine will quit running and will not re-start. Correction Dealers are to replace the crankshaft position sensor. Vehicles Involved Involved are certain 2001 model year Chevrolet Silverado, Suburban; GMC Sierra and Yukon XL model vehicles, equipped with an 8.1L V8 (RPO L18 – VIN G) engine and built within these VIN breakpoints: Subject: 06083 — Crankshaft Position Sensor Engine Stall Models: 2001 Chevrolet Silverado, Suburban 2001 GMC Sierra, Yukon XL Equipped with 8.1L V8 (RPO L18 – VIN G) Engine Year Division Model From Through 2001 Chevrolet Silverado iE100004 1E200999 1F100006 1F116767 1M100002 1M103668 1Z100010 1Z100042 2001 Chevrolet Suburban 1G100001 1G174359 1J100010 1J100058 2001 GMC Sierra 1E100003 1E2012022 1F100004 1F113912 1M100023 1M103669 1Z100013 1Z100026.… Read More
Download Some 2009-2010 F-150 vehicles equipped with a 2 6. With a clean towel thoroughly clean old grease piece driveshaft only and built on or before from the splines on the slip yoke and the stud 12/1/2009 may exhibit a rear driveshaft slip/bump shaft. Do not use solvent. concern on light to moderate acceleration from a stop or when coming to stop with light braking. 7. On 4X4 vehicles only, using hand tools, loosen the center bearing bolts and slide the center ACTION bearing fully rearward in the slotted holes. Follow the Service Procedure steps to correct the Torque fasteners to 35 lb-ft (48 N•m). Refer to condition. WSM, Section 205-01 for detail. SERVICE PROCEDURE 8. Evenly coat the driveshaft splines with 0.53-0.71 ounces (15-20 grams) of Motorcraft® It is not necessary to remove the entire driveshaft PTFE Lubricant. from the vehicle for this repair. 9. Position boot and clamps over the spline 1.… Read More
Download Description Quantity 267C1.5″ AIR BELLOWS 2 3/8″ – 16 UNC X 3/4″ BOLT 2 UPPER BRACKET 2 3/8″ LOCK WASHER 2 LOWER BRACKET 2 5/16″ LOCK WASHER 8 5/16″ – 24 UNF U- BOLT 4 1/4″ ELBOW 2 5/16″ – 24 UNF HEX NUT 8 1/4″ TEE PIECE 1 5/16″ FLAT WASHER 4 1/4″ INFLATION VALVE 2 M10 INSERT 4 NYLON TIES 15 M10 X 1.5 X 30 MM HEX HEAD BOLT 4 THERMAL SLEEVE 2 3/8″ – 16 UNC FLANGE LOCK NUT 4 1/4″ TUBING 18 FT 1
STEP 1: PREPARE THE VEHICLE Your vehicle is equipped with a rubber bump stop which is positioned on the frame directly above the axle. Remove this bump stop and discard. Loosely bolt the M10 inserts provided to the upper bracket and hold bracket up to chassis rail so that inserts are positioned in bump stop holes. Bolt the upper bracket in place allowing inserts to grip walls of hole.… Read More
Preparation and Precaution Before beginning installation, ensure that you have sufficient clearance between the axle and the chassis. Use a jack if necessary. Install at one side of the vehicle at a time. Pay attention to your safety at all times during installation – always use axle stands to support the vehicle! 5.1 Preliminary Step – LSV Spring Length Measurement Vehicles without an antilock braking system have a load sensing valve fitted. This has a spring linkage as shown by Figures 13 to 19 inclusive. Before beginning installation, measure and record the length of the spring from the top mounting bracket to the tip of the linkage rod. 5.2 Attachment of Lower Bracket to Bellow Attach the lower bracket to the bellow as indicated by the diagram of Section 4. Do not fully tighten at this stage because… (i) otherwise it may prove difficult or impossible to slot the U-bolts between the lower plate of the bellow and the lower bracket (in step 4 of section 5.4).… Read More
Download Subject: 07187C — SPECIAL COVERAGE ADJUSTMENT – INSTRUMENT PANEL CLUSTER GAUGE NEEDLE FUNCTION Models: 2003-2004 CADILLAC ESCALADE, ESCALADE ESV, ESCALADE EXT 2005 CADILLAC ESCALADE, ESCALADE ESV, ESCALADE EXT (U.S. ONLY) 2003-2004 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE, SILVERADO, SUBURBAN, TAHOE 2005 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE, SILVERADO, SUBURBAN, TAHOE (U.S.ONLY) 2003-2004 GMC SIERRA, YUKON, YUKON XL 2005 GMC SIERRA, YUKON, YUKON XL (U.S. ONLY) Condition Some customers of all 2003-2004 model year and certain U.S. 2005 model year Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV, and Escalade EXT; Chevrolet Avalanche, Silverado, Suburban, and Tahoe; and GMC Sierra, Yukon, and Yukon XL vehicles have reported that one or more of the instrument panel (IP) cluster gauges stick, flutter, or become inoperative. This may cause inaccurate readings, including the speedometer and fuel gauge. Special Coverage Adjustment This special coverage covers the condition described above for a period of 7 years or 70,000 miles (110,000 km), whichever occurs first, from the date the vehicle was originally placed in service, regardless of ownership.… Read More
Download 2005 Chevy Truck Silverado 1500 2WD V8-5.3L VIN T Vehicle Level Heating and Air Conditioning Blower Motor Resistor Service and Repair Blower Motor Resistor Replacement. BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR REPLACEMENT REMOVAL PROCEDURE 1. If equipped, remove the IP sound insulator. 2. Disconnect the electrical connection from the blower motor . 3. Disconnect the electrical connection from the blower motor resistor. 4. Remove the blower motor resistor retaining screws. 5. Remove the blower motor resistor. INSTALLATION PROCEDURE 1. Install the blower motor resistor. NOTE: Refer to Fastener Notice in Service Precautions. 2. Install the blower motor resistor retaining screws. Tighten Tighten the screws to 1.6 N.m (14 lb in) 3. Connect the electrical connection to the blower motor resistor. 4. Connect the electrical connection to the blower motor . 5. If equipped, install the IP sound insulator.
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Download FORD: MERCURY: 2009 Escape 2009 Mariner This article supersedes TSB 09-11-6 to update the b. Isolate noise to LH – Listen to the cylinders Service Procedure and Part List. 4 and 6 valve cover fasteners (number 6 is by the coolant pump). There will be a ISSUE significant difference in transmitted noise Some 2009 Escape and Mariner vehicles, equipped between the cylinder 4 and 6 fasteners with 3.0L engine, may exhibit an intermittent when noise is present. Noise from LH – go knocking or thumping type noise from the cylinder to Step 4. head. After engine temperature reaches 210-220 °F NOTE (99-104 °C), the noise is typically heard from the THE RH AND LH NOISES HAVE DIFFERENT rear of the engine as the vehicle comes to a stop. CAUSES. FOLLOW ALL STEPS CAREFULLY FOR An example would be coming to a stop at the end PROPER DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR. of a highway exit ramp.… Read More