Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
Dash controls do not work
Squirt something like WD-40 into the key slot. Make sure shifter is fully in park and NO pressure from the steering gear on the column ie. front tire against curb. Last resort is to lightly tap the key into the slot with a small hammer.
As for dash controls...I assume you are talking about AC/Heat controls, if so, you have a big vacuum leak, under the hood most likely. Start at the vacuum can or ball, and check all vacuum lines attached to the intake manifold and trace them from one end to the other.
Posted on Feb 08, 2012
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