2007 Chevrolet Colorado Overview

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2007 Chevrolet Colorado Overview

The 2007 Chevrolet Colorado offers drivers a roomy interior without the unmanageability of a larger truck. With prices hovering around $14,000-$20,000 depending on trims and options, the truck makes for a relatively inexpensive vehicle.

Avaialbe engines include a 2.9-liter I4 rated at 185 horsepower and a 3.7-liater I5 rated at 242 horsepower, both an upgrade from the engines available in 2006.

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Repair

Brake lights are not working but tail lights are. Put new brake bulbs in both sides and new fuse . Did nothing. What else can I do? Help please

Bogging Down And Dies When Coming To A Stop

While driving my 2007 Chevy Colorado 2.9 liter automatic and once I start to slow down to turn or stop the engine bogs down kinda shakes and dies every once in a while and keeps getting worse any ...

What Would Cause Service Temp Light To Come On For A 2007 Colorado But The ...

Why Does My Chevy 2.9 Liter 4 Cyl. Truck Knock When I Start It?

When my truck is cold and i start it i hear a engine knock. Knocks for a couple seconds then goes away?

Won't Run On Drive And 3rd Gear