Question about 1989 GMC Sierra
I HAVE A 1989 GMC SIERRA . I WAS DRIVING TO WORK AND IT JUST DIED ON ME . I CHECKED ALL THE SPARKPLUGS AND THEY WERE ALL TIGHT . A FEW WEEKS A GO I CHANGED MY O2 CENSOR ON IT . COULD I HAVE GOTTEN A BAD CENSOR ?
Check to see if the cam shaft is turning as there may be a broken timing belt/chain
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hey there.You can purchase a door pin and bushing repair kit to tighten up the hinge area,requires removing the door to replace.If the hinge area is worn to badly,the brass bushings willnot last.Also your window crank handle is held on by a C-clip behind the handle in between the plastic shim and the handle which requires a special tool to remove or a small screwdriver to get the clip off.It is hard to see.The shaft that the handle is on are known to wear also and if thats the case you will need to have the window regulator replaced.Hope this helps.John.
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
actually that first soultion is wrong it is correct on smaller pickups but on the full size pick ups they use a differnet sytem
there a electric actuator on front axle
there be two elctrical plugs on front axle u want the bigger of the two other one is just to turn the 4 wheel drive light on
un plug actuator then remove actuator after it removed plug it back in but leave it out of axle turn key on and shift down to 4 wheel drive the actuator should move out if it dont that your problem if i does move this isnt your problem it either the tranfer case or in front axle
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
GM's are known for possessing faulty antitheft systems. When these systems being to fail, the antitheft misinterprets the failure as an attempt to steal the vehicle. The system then shuts off the injectors. The system resets after 10 minutes exactly. As the fault gets worse, this will happen more often. Next time this happens, note any lights that illuminate on the dash area. If you see one that says SECURITY or ANTITHEFT, this is most likely the problem. This link will help you.
Posted on Feb 16, 2012
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