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How do I steer through curves and turns?
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How do I steer when in an emergency?
Driving in an emergency can be stressful to say the least. Here are some vehicle steering tips to keep in mind in the event of an emergency situation: Steering around a problem or crash may be more effective than...
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What should I do if I lose control?
Losing control of your vehicle can be frightening to say the least. If your vehicle begins to skid, there are three types of skidding it could be: The “braking skid” in which the wheels will not be rolling The...
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How can I drive off-road?
If your vehicle is equipped with four-wheel drive, you may use it for off-road driving. If your vehicle is not equipped with four-wheel drive, or if it is not equipped with All-Terrain (AT) or On-Off Road (OOR) tires, do not...
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What should I know about driving on hills?
While there is no replacement for awareness when driving, there are a couple things you can do when you’re about to go up a hill: Shift to a low gear and stay at a slow speed while going up...
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What do if I am stuck?
It is not uncommon for any vehicle to get stuck when driving through materials such as sand, mud, ice, or snow. If your vehicle does become stuck, there are two ways you may attempt to free your car yourself before...
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What is the maximum load weight?
Knowing your the maximum load weight of your vehicle is important to ensure you don’t overload your care and put you and your vehicle at risk. There are two places on your vehicle with labels that show your car’s maximum...
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Can I attach a camper to truck?
Whether or not you can attach a camper to your vehicle depends on your specific vehicle. Luckily, check inside the glove box for a large label. This is the ‘Loading Information’ label that will tell you if a slide-in camper...
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Do I have to break in my new vehicle?
If you’ve recently purchased a vehicle, you’re in luck. This vehicle doesn’t require any elaborate or tedious “breaking in” activities. However, your new vehicle will last longer and run more efficiently if you follow these guidelines when you first begin...
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How do I adjust the throttle and brake pedal positions?
Some vehicle models are equipped with a feature that allows you to alter the position of your throttle and brake pedals. Please note, the following adjustments cannot be made while the vehicle is in reverse or using the cruise control...
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What are the ignition positions?
Your vehicle is equipped with four different ignition positions. To turn the engine off, stop your vehicle and shift into park, then turn your key in the ignition switch to the LOCK/OFF position by turning counterclockwise, or closest...
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How do I use the engine coolant heater?
Having an engine heater is particularly helpful when you live in a colder climate, making it easier to start your vehicle and gain better fuel economy during the winter months. If your vehicle is equipped with an engine heater, it...
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How do I use the low traction mode?
Your vehicle may be equipped with an Allison Transmission or a Hydra-Matic 6-Speed Automatic Transition. If so, you will have a Low Traction Mode that can make it much easier to drive your car in inclement weather or slippery conditions...
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How do I use the tow/haul mode?
If your vehicle has an automatic transmission, you will have the option to put your vehicle into Tow/Haul mode. This mode allows the transmission to reduce automatic shift cycling, which will give you extra control when driving down steep hills...
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How do I use Four-Wheel Drive?
Four-wheel drive is one of the best ways to ensure safety and efficient vehicle operation in less than ideal conditions. Whether you’re driving on a gravel and dirt road , driving in inclement weather, or simply in tow, four-wheel drive...
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some times my 94 silverado accelerate and turn on service engine soon ligth, and turn off key a fey seconds run normaly. thanks fo
Hello. There are countless potential reasons for your Check Engine Light being on. Older GM vehicles such as yours, seem to have a habit of extinguishing the Check Engine Light as soon as the condition that triggered it is no...
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Conventional oil vs. synthetic oil?
Hello. It is safe to switch over to synthetic oil if that is what you wish to do. It is just not a good idea to switch back and forth from synthetic to conventional oil as this can cause leaks...
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Check engine light on
There is a technical service bulletin that pertains to these codes for you vehicle. The TSB is: 08-07-30-021H. The bulletin pertains to a wire harness problem throughout the vehicle. You may have chafed wires, pin corrosion in connections, or pins...
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Not enough power when accelerator pushed.
A lack of acceleration could be caused by multiple issues. Such as failing spark plugs, failing spark plug wires, failing ignition coils, clogged fuel filter, failing fuel pump, clogged injectors, or possibly even a mechanical issue such as damaged valves...
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Opinion about buying a 2001 Chevy Silverado with 190,000 miles
If it's the original owner's car, then he got his money worth with it. 190,000 miles and he didn't have to put engines or transmission or AC compressors. Even if he did, he still got his money worth. If you...

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