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Re: 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 new add
The 2009 GMC Sierra adds a gas/electric hybrid model to its lineup. Sierra offers regular, extended, and crew cab body styles if it really change the performance hard to answer it all about personal experience, buy it and try it
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Sorry iam a europeon mechanic with no knowledge of this model but if i knew if it was hydraulic or a manual clutch then this would give me a better idea but if no play then its over adjusted causing the clutch to ride a bit hence the noise but how the adjuster works i have no idea here
Is your "Check Engine" or "Service Engine" light on? Scan your onboard computer system for possible fault codes even if your engine light is not on. There are some fault codes that can set without turning the light on.
If there are no fault codes, there is not much you can do other than performing normal maintenance like replacing the air filter and fuel filter.
Hi, this is a hydraulic clutch system.If the clutch is slipping, it is more than likely a worn clutch.If you had a hydraulic issue, the truck would be hard to shift, and the pedal would let out really low.It seems like you may be looking at a clutch replacement.Thanks...
There was a TSB on this issue with your Sierra, a faulty or dirty ABS sensor is the cause of this problem. The fix is simple, just clean the ABS sensor at the front hub with brake parts cleaner and inspect the wire leads. At worst you may have to replace the sensor it self. Good luck
you have hydralic brake system.control by the power steering pump.check power steering pump fluid if low add.if fluid level good have the dealership check it out.your booster or power steering is going bad.