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Chevrolet Colorado Questions


Ignition Lock Out Won't Allow Starter To Turn Over On 05 Chevy Colorado Wit...

Was driving a friends Colorado from Houston to Lufkin.....Tread stripped from drivers side wheel while traveling at around 65 mph, no blowout, just tread flew off.....Pulled to shoulder and turned off...

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Linden Hodgkins

Starting Problem

Most of the time truck starts great but some times doesnt matter if its a hot start or cold start it will crank good but wont start wait 15-20 mins starts right up

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Kevin Eickhoff


What should I do if the blower motor does not work on a idle and to make it work I have to keep it above 20mph

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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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Ac Blower Motor Shuts Off

I have a 2004 Colorado that has the blower motor shut off at random times hit the glove box and it comes back on i have replaced the resistor wire with a cut and join with connectors based on advise...

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Chevrolet Colorado Overview

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.