1999 Chevrolet Tracker Overview

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2 Dr STD 4WD Convertible
2 national listings
2 Dr STD Convertible
1 national listing
4 Dr STD 4WD SUV
5 national listings
4 Dr STD SUV
2 national listings

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#1 actuatorfix
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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 5 reviews

Best Offroad Vehicle For The Price! by Tim
 — great off road. bought with 80K on the engine. only problem is that it doesn't accelerate as well with the A/C on. cheap to repair. super fun to drive. tight suspension. mechanic told me the suspensio... Read More
Bill's Tracker Review by William
 — Not only did it look good, it drove great, and it had the best gas mileage of any SUV on the market at the time. It had all the features of a functionable SUV, yet all the fun of a sports car, especia... Read More
"betty" Is The Bomb by Daniella
 — Great car! Great on gas. Nice for the winter and for the summer. Has 4wd and is a convertible. A Wicked chick car so fellas stand clear of her. This car is definately a fun car to drive around in. Read More

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Chevrolet Tracker Questions

meadowcreekfarm
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Looking For The Molding (for Lack Of A Better Word) That Goes Along The Bot...

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Upt111
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My 4wd Light Don't Light Up On My Dash. Does That Mean My 4wd Don't Work?

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jefferywb
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4wd Won't Engage Already Replaced Accuator... What Next????

I have replaced the accuator. I have been told there is a switch in the transfer case that supplies power to the accuator. Could that be my problem? Any input

231 views with 1 answer (last answer 2 years ago)
Ivone Bukowski
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Car Shakes And Burnt Smell, Any General Ideas Of What Might Be The Cause Of...

211 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)
jbunny
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How Do You Cycle The Transfer Case Oil When Towing A 199 Chevrolet Tracker ...

224 views with 2 answers (last answer 2 years ago)