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2008 GMC Yukon & Chevrolet Tahoe Emergency Response Guide

July 21st, 2010 · No Comments

GM Service Technical College provides First Responder Guides (FRG) and Quick Reference (QR) Sheets free of charge to First Responders. FRGs and QRs can be displayed in a classroom as long as they are represented as GM information and are not modified in any way.
The intent of this guide is to provide information to help you respond to emergency situations involving the 2008 GMC Yukon, 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe, 2009 GMC Sierra, 2009 Chevrolet Silverado & 2009 Cadillac Escalade Two-mode vehicles in as safe a manner as possible. While the majority of the components that make up our Hybrids are common to traditional GM vehicles, there are some differences that may affect how (more…)

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Chevrolet/GMC Silverado/Sierra Extended Cab Husky Gear Box Installation Instructions

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments

The Gear Box is designed to fit under the rear seat of your truck or SUV. The Gear Box gives you a place to store loose items and clutter and ultimately help keep your vehicle organized. It’s designed to fit your vehicle with or without your Husky Liners in place and only takes a few minutes to install.

INSTRUCTIONS
1) Open and remove the Gear Box from the shipping box and protective plastic bag.
2) Lift the rear seats into their upright position.
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2004 – 2007 GMC Canyon Grille Insert Installation Instructions

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments

The following are some general guidelines that will simplify the installation process and make owning your GrilleGuy grille an enjoyable experience.
• Always place the head of the zip ties behind the grille for a cleaner more custom look. A galvanized /stainless picture hanging wire (not included) can be substituted for the cable ties.
• Occasional use of an aluminum polish will give your raw grille a brilliant shine
Hardware list:
2 perforated aluminum grille inserts
10 weather resistant nylon cable ties
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2001-2004 GM 1500HD/2500HD/3500HD Torsion Key

October 24th, 2009 · No Comments

Before you begin please make sure you are installing these keys on an HD series Chevrolet or GMC truck. These keys will not work on a standard 1500 series ― ton Silverado or Sierra. These are for HD models only.

Working with torsion bars can be dangerous! Follow ALL precautions when installing the leveling keys. The methods described in this guide should be performed by a professional. PerformanceLifts.com will hold no liability or responsibility for injuries or damage that occur due to the use of this guide. Working with torsion bar suspension systems can be extremely dangerous and injury or death can occur. PerformanceLifts.com strongly suggests having a professional install the torsion leveling keys.
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GMC/Chevy Step Bar Assemblies Installation Instructions

October 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

STEP 1. Remove the contents from the box and check for any damage. Verify all parts against the parts list.
STEP 2. Read and understand instructions completely before beginning installation.
STEP 3. Bolt mount brackets to vehicle body mounts using metric bolts provided in parts kit. See figure 1.
STEP 4. Position step bar up to the mount brackets and fasten with the 1/2” bolts and washers provided in the parts kit. Secure rear leg of step bar to correct hole location for your vehicle. Tube should not touch vehicle body. See figure 1.
STEP 5. Check to be sure Step Bar is properly aligned with vehicle. Tighten and torque all mounting bracket bolts to 55 FT. LBS.
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2003-Up GMC Sierra 2500/3500HD 2/4 Wheel Drive Grille Guard Installation Instructions

October 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

STEP 1. Remove the contents from box and check for damage. Verify all parts are present. Read instructions completely before beginning
STEP 2. Determine passenger and driver uprights and center section assembly and assemble as shown. Hand tighten all fasteners centered in slots or holes. Be sure dimple in ring mount plate is to the top.
STEP 3. For easier installation, it may be necessary to remove grille from vehicle but it’s not necessary on all models. Remove plastic shroud to gain access to grille by removing seven plastic pin retainers. Pull center pin up with a small flat tip screwdriver. Remove 6mm bolt from top of grille. Pull on outer edge of grille by applying firm pressure away from the fender, repeat on the opposite side and center section. Carefully remove grille from vehicle.
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99-05 Chevy/GMC PU/SUV 4.8, 5.3, 6.0L Airaid Modular Intake Tube Installation Instructions

October 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

Installation Instructions. Read Me!
I. DISCONNECT NEGATIVE (-) BATTERY CABLE
II. Remove Factory Intake Assembly
a) Loosen the factory hose clamps on each end of the factory intake tube assembly.
b) Using a flat head screwdriver, gently pry the radiator hose bracket from the factory intake tube assembly and remove from vehicle.
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2004–2008 GMC Duramax 6.6 Fitch Part # F7582028BD, F75836BD

October 21st, 2009 · No Comments

Do not smoke or be near open flame while performing installation. Wear eye protection as the fuel system is under pressure.
Kit includes
• Installation bracket, fuel line disconnect tool, and cable/zip ties.
• EFI multi port fuel injection hose and fuel line quick connect fittings.

Installation Procedure
• Unscrew the gas cap to release residual pressure in the fuel system.
• Locate the fuel RETURN line (smaller of the 2 lines) containing the fuel line quick connect fitting. This connection is located at the rear of the engine near the fire wall on the driver’s side. This kit is designed for mounting location of the driver’s side stud on the master brake cylinder stud.
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1967–1972 Chevy/GMC Truck Installation Manual

October 21st, 2009 · No Comments

Remove the Stock / OEM Instrument Panel
1) Make sure to disconnect the vehicle battery before you begin to remove the instrument panel.
2) Remove the two 5/16” screws which are holding the steering column tight to the base of the dash. This allows the steering column to drop down slightly.
3) Remove the six screws that are holding the panel to the dash.
4) Remove the light switch knob. To do this, push in the button at the top of the switch box housing (under the dash) and then pull out the light switch knob and shaft. Next, unthread the nut holding the light switch box to the instrument panel and remove the light switch box.
5) Remove the wiper knob. To do this, loosen the small set screw, pull the knob off and then unscrew the bezel.
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R8907 Sensor Kit For 5.7 Liter GMC Diesel Engine Using R8503 Tachometer Installation Instructions

October 20th, 2009 · No Comments

1) Scrape away the paint from two areas directly across from each other near the front of the vibration damper as shown on the back page. Roughen the bare metal with an emery cloth. Clean the magnets and bare metal on damper with alcohol to remove any oil or grease residue so that the glue will bond. Glue each magnet to the selected surface of the vibration damper with the BLUE SIDE OUT (north pole) and with the magnets directly across (180°) from each other. Be sure to align the magnets with the front edge of the vibration damper to avoid interference with the timing bracket.
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