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Here are the top 5 problems with the 1st generation GMC Sierra! Do you have a GMC Sierra from 1999 to 2006, or know someone that does? Check out this video to learn the common problems this generation of the GMC truck has, so that you can know what to keep an eye out for with yours!
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In this video, I show you a few simple tests I used to narrow down the problem causing my air conditioning not to work on my 2003 Chevy Trailblazer Extended. Turns out I was low on refrigerant and had a bad A/C Clutch Cycle Switch. I added some r-134a refrigerant, but the A/C clutch kept kicking on and going off repeatedly. So, I replaced the clutch switch, and now the A/C works perfectly. No more “Off and on, off and on.”
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( ) With an all-new 7.3-liter gas V-8, 10-speed automatic transmission and 4.30 rear axle ratio, just how thirsty is the 2020 Ford F-250? Andre takes it on an 800-mile road trip from Flagstaff, Arizona to Denver, Colorado to find out.
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