Question about 2000 Oldsmobile Bravada
Motor is held on by 4 small scews- 1 of these is not accessible- do I pull the 3 bolts off the larger cover to get to these screws ?
SOURCE: 2000 bravada
Change Oil in transfer case (AWD) make sure refill ith GM trnsfer case oil may have to be done twice to flush out old gfrease trhat the older or original oil builds up slude orbecomes harden over time Alos make sure you chane both frt & rear Differential (not the rear end oil)but you can do that to it won't hurt had similar noise coimg from mine but dealer cost a lot more i had mine down at Jiffy Lube shop and made sure they did transfer case twivce because that was the recogmendation of GM procedure .That what dealer told me but i didn't want to pay around $400.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
i belive there is what looks like t perferated line in the plastic where the heater core is that you are suposed to cut to gain access to the heater core. i have never done this but i know several people who have you just need to make sure you get the access door resealed if you go that route or it may affect your heat. remember if you remove the dash instead of the other method you will have to have the a/c system emptied since it also circulates through that box.
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
This problem is due to poor maintence the best thing you can do is add a lucas transfer case additive if you dont want replace it that is try that.
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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