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Chevrolet Colorado Questions

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Motor Change

I heard there was a V-8 motor that would fit and bolt up to the transmission and motor mounts of the 2005 Chevy Colorado that came with the 3.5l 5 cyl engine. Is this true and what is the correct o...

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dManis
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Misfire At Low Rpm Only

My truck misfires bad under 2500 rpm's. if i gear down on the highway and run over 3000 rpm's my truck runs like a top. All new coil packs and spark plugs.

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David Joseph
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Rough Idle

I just bought a used 2012 Chevy Colorado the inline 4 cylinder LT. The truck has a rough idle we scanned it because the CEL has been on for misfires in cylinder 2. I got it through a dealer and w...

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dManis
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Cylinder 3 Misfire 04 Colorado

I changed all my spark plugs and put brand new coil packs on it also. now my code is reading cylinder 3 misfire.

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Is Cruise Control Offered As A Factory Option On The 2016 Chevrolet Colorad...

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About the Chevrolet Colorado

The Chevrolet Colorado was introduced in 2004 as a replacement for the Chevy S10. The Colorado is either a large compact pickup truck or a smallish midsize pickup truck; this may make it ideal for some buyers, but it makes the marketing a bit confusing at times.

Designed to compete with smaller trucks like the Ford Ranger, Dodge Dakota, Toyota Tacoma, and the Mazda B-Series, the Colorado's advantage is its relatively large hauling capacity. Offered in a range of trims, from no-frills to a bit of luxury, the Chevy Colorado may not be the ideal farm or ranch workhorse vehicle, but suburban cowboys might find it just the ticket.

The GMC Canyon is a sister truck to the Chevrolet Colorado; buyers looking for a heftier hauler from the General Motors family might want to check out the Chevrolet Silverado or the GMC Sierra.