How To Install Replace Door Panel Chevy GMC Pickup Truck or SUV 95-98 - 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to remove or replace the interior door panel trim on your vehicle. You need to remove the door panel for a number of different repairs, for example door handles, window regulators, power window motors, door locks and more. This video applies to the Chevy Tahoe and GMC Yukon, 95, 96, 97, and 98.
How To Install Replace Window Regulator Chevy GMC Pickup Truck SUV 88-98 1AAuto.com
1A Auto shows you how to repair, install, fix, change or replace a broken,
cracked, damaged, slow-moving, or stuck power window regulator and motor.
This video is applicable to the 88, 89, 90, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, and
98 Chevy and GMC Pickup truck and SUV models.
1AAuto Auto Repair Change Rear Axle Differential Cover Oil Fluid (non-posi)
If you have been driving your car or truck in extreme conditions or even
consistently rainy conditions you may want to check your differential
fluid. These installation instructions and tutorial will show you the steps
involved in changing your rear axle lubricating fluid. This video is
applicable to the Chevy S10 Pickup, years 94, 95, 96, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01,
02, 03, and 04.
Replacing the inside door handle on a Suburban for under $15
Here's how to replace the inside door handle found on many Chevrolet and
GMC SUVs and trucks. The video here shows replacing a 1999 Suburban's
I purchased the replacement handle in the video from Amazon for $13 with
free shipping. http://amzn.com/B000B68C08
You only need...
Two flat head screwdrivers
#12 1 in sheet metal screw
Drill with a 1/8 to 3/16 dill bit
Pliers (Long-nose would be best)
Hex head screwdriver or ratchet (for the two screws in the arm rest. some
models use Phillip heads instead.)
Disclaimer: All products used in this video were purchased by me and all
video content is my own and has been edited by me, Matthew Fox.
1962 GMC RailRoad Rare Crew Cab Pick Up Truck
GMC 1962 Crew Cab Factory Built 1 of 6 ,in 1962 This is said to Be the
only Factory built GMC Crew Cab in the US, 3 of the 6 are Located in Canada
, This Truck Did not orig. Come with Bright Work Chrome All Bumper an Trim
Were steel Painted, The units were Build for Hauling Railroad Crews To
Chevrolet Radio Light Bulb Replacement How To
How to replace burned out illumination background light bulbs on 1995 -
2002 Chevrolet and GMC Vehicles. This radio was from a Chevy Camaro, but the same procedure
will work on the Camaro, Silverado, Tahoe,
Suburban, S10, etc. This will fix the dark buttons on the radio when the
headlights are turned on. Requires minimal electronics repair skills. The
replacement bulbs are 60ma 12v and can be found at Radio Shack
Door Hinge Pin
As trucks get older the doors begin to get hard to close. Often times the
hinge pins are simply worn out. There not that hard to replace. The kit
is pretty cheap and there is a tool that doesn't cost much either. You can
try to get the spring back in place without the tool, but after you work
on it for an hour you'll wish you had the too.
Chevrolet C/K truck mode and blend door actuator replacement
Here's a video covering a common repair issue on GM C/K series trucks.
If you are having problems with no heat, no cooling or air coming out from
the wrong place and you've confirmed that the control panel isn't burnt up,
then chances are you have a failed actuator.
Air door actuators are cheap and fairly easy to replace on these vehicles.
However, ensure that the control panel IS functioning and sending commands
to the suspect actuator before condemning it.
There are three actuators which do three different things, so make sure you
have identified which one is defective before buying a replacement.
1. Mode door: Mounted on end of case near driver's right foot. Controls
where airflow comes out at.
2. Blend door: Mounted on rear(tailgate side) of case roughly behind the
ashtray. Controls how hot or cold air is.
3. Recirculate door: Mounted on top of case, very hard to access. Controls
whether air is fresh or recirculated. Most people don't bother replacing
WARNING: DO NOT "TEST" ACTUATORS WITH THEM DETACHED FROM THE HVAC BOX!!!
THEY WILL OVERTRAVEL AND BE OUT OF INDEX AS YOU'LL SEE IN THE VIDEO. YOU
CANNOT REPAIR THIS EASILY, SO ALWAYS HAVE THE ACTUATOR MOUNTED TO THE BOX
BEFORE ANY KIND OF TESTING TAKES PLACE.
ALSO, INSPECT THE FLAPS THEMSELVES TO ENSURE THAT THEY ARE NOT HANGING UP.
AS WE ALL KNOW ANYTHING IS POSSIBLE WITH GM.