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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
no. remove the plastic cover fom the top of the engine.pulling upward on it after removeing the scews will pull the plug wire insulators up with it all as one piece.
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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po330 is a bad knock sensor, the sensor will cause, sluggish engine, poor acceleration, poor fuel economy. the signal is sent to pcm and the timing is retarded to compensate for the severe detonition. on 4 cylinder models, the knock sensor is located on the rear firewall side of the engine block, below exhaust manifold.on v6 models , the sensor is located on the front radiator side of engine block above the oil filter.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
Diagnostic Test Code (DTC) U1000 has a generic description of "Class 2 Serial Data Link Malfunction".
DTC U1064 has a description of "Loss Of Communication With Body Control Module (BCM)"
These codes can be caused by a malfunctioning charging system and should be ignored for now.
DTC P0562 has a description of "System Voltage Low". So this code basicly is only verifying that you indeed have a no-charging problem and that the other codes are most likely also caused by low system voltage.
Although these codes do verify that you have a charging system problem, they are useless in finding out exactly what is wrong with your charging system.
You will need a scan tool that is capable of 2-way communications with the PCM and performing system tests. you will also need a digital multimeter to test the system as you command the generator circuits on with the scanner. If your scanner can do this, let me know and I will get you the troubleshooting instructions for your vehicle. Otherwise, you will have to take it to someone who is properly equipped to diagnose your charging system.
Posted on Dec 21, 2011
You can go to a Chevrolet dealership and they will unlock your radio for you. If you are polite to the service manager, then he/she may unlock it for free.
Posted on Feb 28, 2013
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