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    HI there, I would remove the negative cable...

    HI there,

    I would remove the negative cable first, then remove the positive. Spread open the battery cable end so you can push the cable all the way down onto the battery post.

    Tighten to 71...
  2. HI there, There are 2 latches, and also...

    HI there,

    There are 2 latches, and also descriptions of the reason for the lightweight nature of the front lid.

    Here is the information from the owners manual.

    Closing the Hood

    ...
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    HI there, Any vehicle can be prone to static...

    HI there,

    Any vehicle can be prone to static electricity discharge. The fact that you putting the fob in the slot makes it work tells me something else is wrong. Electronic interference can come...
  4. Z51 rear spoiler removal tips TSB to install high wing 20-NA-133

    Subject: Information on Removal of Z51 Spoiler to Install High Wing Accessory Spoiler


    Condition

    Some customers or technicians may be concerned of damaging the rear fascia paint when...
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    HI there, Unfortunately, I do not know of...

    HI there,

    Unfortunately, I do not know of anyone in your area.

    If there is anything we can help with, don't hesitate to ask!!!

    Allthebest, Paul
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    Good to hear you got it. Allthebest, Paul

    Good to hear you got it.

    Allthebest, Paul
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    HI there,tel The shifter assembly brake...

    HI there,tel

    The shifter assembly brake transmission shift interlock solenoid may be faulty. This is within the shifter control assembly.

    Do this simple check, when you have this issue, check...
  8. HI there, 2015 did have a few program updates...

    HI there,

    2015 did have a few program updates to different modules within the vehicle.

    I would start by having your selling dealer check for any program updates to the HVAC.

    The cycling of...
  9. Sticky: HI there, The original post was inaccurate as...

    HI there,

    The original post was inaccurate as GM revised the process. It should be DVD-R. Please check the original post #1 as I had to revise it as of May 18.

    Thank you, Paul
  10. Sticky: Step 2: UNDERSTAND FUNCTION OF HOW THE SYSTEM...

    Step 2: UNDERSTAND FUNCTION OF HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS!!!!

    Parts of the system:

    IGNITION KEY LOCK CYLINDER: This is where you put your key in to start the vehicle. The BCM or body control...
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    Info: HI there and welcome, Thank you for joining...

    HI there and welcome,

    Thank you for joining us.


    Allthebest, Paul
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    Hey Rob, I am of the belief that testing for...

    Hey Rob,

    I am of the belief that testing for moisture content is the best way to determine needs of both Brake and clutch fluid.

    If the test is anything over 2.5%, I recommend it.

    And just...
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    HI there, You said the ECM was replaced in...

    HI there,

    You said the ECM was replaced in 2006, I would first check the inserted MEMCAL within the ECM, to assure the prongs are set and the MEMCAL is FULLY SEATED and does not rock back and...
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    Hi there, I agree, the diagnostic trouble...

    Hi there,

    I agree, the diagnostic trouble codes are CRITICAL to accurate assistance.

    Please post them up because alot of people mistake connections for module replacement in cases like these so...
  16. HI there, C1287 is as posted above. Steering...

    HI there,

    C1287 is as posted above. Steering wheel position sensor correlation issue. Now, you can do a few things

    #1, you can disconnect the connection and reconnect it and see if the code...
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    HI there, Great to hear, enjoy the ride!!!! ...

    HI there,

    Great to hear, enjoy the ride!!!!

    Allthebest, Paul
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    HI there, I would find another vehicle like...

    HI there,

    I would find another vehicle like yours with similar milieage and similar powertrain.

    Then, road test that vehicle in the same manner and see if the noises are the same.

    Then, you...
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    HI there, My thoughts are something isn't...

    HI there,

    My thoughts are something isn't right. I would also compare it with a similar vehicle that someone else may own and compare the 2.

    I would contact Chevrolet or discuss it with the...
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    HI there, This would be separate from the...

    HI there,

    This would be separate from the blank clock issue or navigation issue.

    Please disconnect your negative battery cable for 10 mins to reset the system.

    Please let us know how you...
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    HI there, I would then be looking at the...

    HI there,

    I would then be looking at the connector to the fuel pump at the rear, to assure there are no spread terminals at the 4 pin connection. I feel that the issue may be there.
    ...
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    HI there, Remember, even if the oil pressure...

    HI there,

    Remember, even if the oil pressure switch for fuel turn on is faulty, the back up is the ECM.

    When it sees engine RPM from the tach signal, it should turn on the fuel pump anyway.
    ...
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    Hi there, I always take the higher reading,...

    Hi there,

    I always take the higher reading, even though as long as you are in between the upper and lower marks, you are fine.

    Allthebest, Paul
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    HI there, NO, Larry is absolutely correct...

    HI there,

    NO, Larry is absolutely correct 600-700 rpm is accurate.

    The issue is that it is all computer controlled. That is why we suspect a vacuum leak because that allows extra air into the...
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    HI there, Remove the intake system duct...

    HI there,

    Remove the intake system duct between the Mass Air flow Sensor and the throttle body.

    Then, with the ENGINE OFF, disconnect the throttle body connector and then see if the throttle...
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