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Chevrolet Colorado Questions

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How Many Pounds Of Copper Wire, Microprocessors, Sensors, Electric Motors I...

I am wondering how many pounds of copper wire there is in a Chevy Colorado? How many microprocessors? How many sensors are there? How many electric motors are there?

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cmesser85
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My 07 Chevy Colorado Won't Start Or Turnover

It is completely dead, no noises, no lights, automatic locks wont work. Tried to give it a jump and still nothing. I checked the terminals and they seem fine. Its not extremely cold, theres fuel, and...

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lou098
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Will A Transmission Form A 2007 Colorado Work In A 2006 Colorado

i have a 2006 colorado trans went bad i also have a 2007 will trans work from 2007 to 2006

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junepost
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08 Colorado Reduced Engine Power

I ran through deep water and now my reduce power/limp mode in one. Code says throttle position sensor so I replaced that. I reset the computer and went back into limp mode this morning. Is there s...

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2006 Chevrolet Colorado

Does each injector have its own fuses in a 2006 Chevrolet Colorado

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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.