Question about 2003 GMC Envoy
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The headlights on the envoy are the easiest parts of the car to repair. You just pull the two tabs at the top of the headlights, screw out the bulb containers and you are good to go
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
The service engine light you refer to is telling you you have a problem with the computerrized engine control of the car.When the light comes the computer stores a numerical code that can be retrieved with a scan tool or code reader.If you are not experienced with diagnostics you need to take the car to a mechanic,because sometimes a code can fool you and you can change a good part.An example of this would be reading a code that the oxygen sensor is reading a lean condition setting the light on. but the real issue is a bad fuel pump not supplying enough fuel to the engine. On the code alone you would be inclined to change the sensor when it was not the problem.
Posted on Nov 26, 2008
don't need any special tools, standard sockets sets, "C" clams is a must unless your a He-Man and wrench set, plyer or needle nose will do. I assumed being 2003 your rotor never have been turn and i recommend every time you change your bakes is good idea to have your rotor turn. reason is it will make your pad last lot longer, removed any vibration and better even wear on the pad and eliminate any squealing although is not necessary to do so. make sure you get extra break fluid to bleed the brakes. get your self 5 feet long smallest vacum rubber hoses and a glass jar to bleed your brake fluid in. the rubber vacum hose you going to use to fit on to the bleeding nipple and run the other end of line to your the glass jar to save the brake fluid when you bleed the brakes. when removing caliper, check inspect make sure the rubber seals around your piston look good and not crack or deteriorated. before applying new pad make sure you open the bleed valve to reduce the pressure by turning the bleed nipple counter clockwise and leave it open attach that rubber hoses to the nipple because you going to press on the piston back into it housing with the "C" clamp in order for new pad to fit. becareful not to damage the rubber seals around the piston. its going to take lots of effort to push that piston back in so be a bare with it if needs to. once the pad is back in make sure you keep the reservoir full with brake fluid and then bleed the brake. two people is a good idea to do brake. one will do the pumping the brake and holding it down and other will bleed the nipple. I bleed it 2-3 time will do the job. good luck!
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
SOURCE: GMC Envoy w/ code P0128
Start at $89 right off the bat just for diagnostics and then depending on what they find that is causing that fault, at LEAST one hour labor, plus parts....I would say $250 is a good ballpark figure....looking up your fault code now.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
heres a diagram to show you where the coolant temp sensor is located, its behind the alternator on the left side (driverside),the sensor just unplug the connector and then unscrew it and out it comes.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
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