Question about 2005 GMC Sierra
Ok, this actual model will hold up quite well under moderate driving conditions but, you will need ot do a few things here. check the list below for further information.
1 Spark Plugs-replace asap
2. Automatic Trans Fluid Filter-replace asap
3. Automatic Trans Fluid-change asap
4. Ignition Cable(s)- Inspect for damage and, change if damage is visible.
5. Inspect the engine oil and filter.
6. Finally, get a basic lube job.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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