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Where are the cupholders?
Cupholders are made to hold onto beverages in a way that prevents them from spilling while the truck drives down the road. The number of cupholders vary based on the model of truck: In a regular cab truck, the...
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Where are the climate control sensors located?
Your vehicle is equipped with three main sensors than help your vehicle determine the temperature in and outside the car. These sensors should remained uncovered and unobstructed, as the climate control system relies on them to work properly. The...
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How do the seat belts work?
Seat belts, also called safety belts, are vital components for the safety of the driver and passengers alike. The purpose of the seat belts is simple. If the vehicle is in an accident, there are extreme forces involved trying to...
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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 the sunroof?
The sunroof that is available as a option in the vehicle is different depending on the model of the truck; In the extended cab model, there is a single switch with a symbol representing the sunroof printed on it...
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How do I use the heated seats?
The vehicle is not only able to heat the front seats, but it can also move warm air out from the surface of the seat. Ventilated seats are great, warm or cold, as they can prevent excess sweating that is...
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How do I use the heated mirrors?
Not all vehicle vehicles will be equipped with heated outside rearview mirrors. If yours is, this can be a handy tool to provide extra visibility in the colder months. Your side and rearview mirrors will automatically heat when the rear...
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How do I use the heated mirrors?
Heated mirrors are a convenient feature, especially for those living in colder areas. In order to heat your mirrors, simply press the rear window defogger button, which will have a symbol on it resembling a rectangle with wavy “heat” lines...
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How do I use the compass?
Some models of the vehicle come equipped with a compass that is visible in front of the driver. The compass, in order to remain accurate, must be set to work in the zone that the vehicle is in. This is...
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How do I use my power windows?
There are many control switches to adjust the powered windows on your vehicle. On the driver’s side door, you’ll find switches to control all windows on your vehicle. If you need to adjust windows while in a passenger’s seat, you’ll...
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How do I use my manual rearview mirror?
Rearview mirrors are a great tool to have when changing lanes and reversing your vehicle. You can find your rearview mirror on your car’s ceiling, centered above your console, at the front. If you need a better view of what’s...
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How do I use my automatic dimming rearview mirror?
Driving can be difficult, and even dangerous, with headlamps and lights from behind creating glare. Luckily, your vehicle’s rear view mirror comes with a dimming feature. You can find your rearview mirror on your ceiling, centered above your console,...
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How do I clean the rearview mirror?
A dirty rearview mirror is not only a nuisance to drivers, but a potential hazard. Do not spray any chemicals or glass cleaner directly onto the mirror. Instead, spray a gentle glass or household cleaner onto a soft, clean, damp...
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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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Lost trailer brakes & lighting due to improper installation
It is possible an independent mechanic may be able to devise a fix for the wiring issue that the dealer would be restricted from doing as it may require modifications. One thing to consider though, modifications to the truck may...
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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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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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How do I use the park tilt mirrors in a 2012 Chevrolet Silverado?
Park tilt mirrors are a great tool to have handy when parallel parking, especially if you live in a crowded area. If your vehicle was purchased with the memory package, both the driver and passenger mirrors may be equipped to...
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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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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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