Main wiring diagram, 2.8L Gas Engine, Engine Code AAA Note: For A/C system wiring information for vehicles equipped with the 2.8L Gas Engine, code AAA, see Index for correct Wiring Diagram No. Relay locations Positions of relays and multi-pin connector wiring, see also “Component Locations” sections. Load Reduction Relay Emergency Flasher Relay Wiper / Washer [...]
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REMOVING FACTORYAIR DAM
1. To remove factory Air Dam, use a 6” long flat blade screwdriver. The rivets are accessed through the bottom of the bumper behind the factory Air Dam.
2. It will be necessary to remove the factory driving lights by removing the two bolts that hold the plastic light brackets to the bumper. Also [...]
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To avoid exceeding the maximum ratings in any condition, the voltages must be checked with no load at the power supply output.
Wiring Using the Screw Terminals
WARNING Make sure that you connect only de-energized wires.
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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 [...]
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I suggest doing this all before installing the clutch pedal, it is a tight spot to work in.
1. REMOVE Park Neutral Relay 175
2. Pull out the socket for the 175 to get access to the wires CRUISE CONTROL HOOKUP portion
3. Cut the GREEN/BLACK wire (pin #5) close to the 175 socket and connect to [...]
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This document describes car models to which the Super Airflow Converter (Product code: 401-A911/401-A913) is applicable, and ECU terminal arrangement drawings. For the operating method and precautions for the Super Airflow Converter, refer to the Instruction Manual. When installing the Super Airflow Converter, both this document and the Instruction Manual are required. Even if the [...]
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Installation of a body lift will change the center of gravity and the handling characteristics of the vehicle. Because of the higher center of gravity and larger tires, the vehicle will handle and react differently both on and off-road. You must drive it safely! Extreme care must be taken to prevent vehicle roll-over or loss [...]
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Coolant leaking from coolant reservoir bottle wiring connector contaminates the wiring harness. Contamination can result in various malfunctions of the instrument cluster.
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Verifying Fit – Flares should be held to the vehicle surface to verify correct type and fit BEFORE beginning installation or painting. Small fit adjustments can be made by trimming (filing, sanding or scraping) excess plastic.
Performance – Using larger tires may increase the area required to turn the vehicle. Some Tire/Rim combinations may require lowering [...]
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This kit has been specifically engineered for the 2000 to current GMT 820 series ½ Ton Sport Utility Vehicles. Please note that this Belltech lowering kit will lower these vehicles approximately 2 inches in front and 3 inches in the rear. We DO NOT RECOMMEND using this lowering kit on vehicles where other aftermarket suspension [...]