Question about 2001 GMC Yukon
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: tengo una gmc la sierra
Clean off the crankshaft pulley at the front of the engine and put some paint on the timing marks. Start the car
and turn off any accessories such as climate control, lights and the
radio. Start the engine until it warms up.
Connect the timing light to the battery and then to the number one ignition wire. Locate the assembly line diagnostic link also called an ALDL and use a jump wire to connect the diagnostic terminal "B" to the ground terminal marked "A". The ALDL is located under the left side of the instrument panel. Not all models of the GMC Sierra have an ALDL.
Tighten the distributor mounting bolts and recheck the timing. Remove the jumper wire from the ALDL with the engine running. Turn the engine off and remove the tachometer and timing light. Reconnect the number one ignition wire.
Posted on May 23, 2011
hola me llamo alvaro me gustaria que me si me pueden alludar a encontrar el sensor de oxigeno #2 de una gmc sierra 2000 porfavor espero su respuesta con su alluda muchas gracias
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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