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Review: 2006 Chevrolet HHR
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Built on the same small-car platform as the Chevrolet Cobalt, the 2006 HHR
(Heritage High Roof) joins America's booming market for crossovers of every
size and stripe. Consumers are mad for car-based vehicles that blend the
styling attributes and utility of SUVs, station wagons, minivans, and
pickup trucks, thanks in part to a crossover's higher vantage point for
driving and usually available all-wheel-drive system.
'08 Chevy HHR Video Walkaround from NemerMotors.com
Quick video of a 2008 Chevy HHR. Sorry for the shaky hands in the
beginning, the wind was gusty as you can probably hear. The HHR has great
cargo room for a crossover and gets 30+ MPG. For full details and specs
Wolfgang Rother zeigt Euch, was der Chevrolet HHR kann - und was nicht.
Chevrolet HHR Video Test Drive
With its unique retro styling and modern technology the HHR offers a
driving experience all in its own. With its best-in class fuel economy, the
HHR has a remarkable driving range of up to 512 highway miles, thanks to an
EPA estimated 32-miles per gallon on the highway.
2007 Chevy HHR Pannel
This is Segment three from Miles Around 07/22/07. Dennis and Nik take a
look at the 2007 Chevy HHR Pannel
Trailer Hitch Installation - 2006 Chevy HHR - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
This is an install the 2006 HHR we will be using part number 24756. The
first step to do is to lower the Exhaust and we do that by taking off the rubber
hangers on the front and back, and there is one hidden in the back. We just
spray them down with WD-40 slide them off and we lower the Exhaust. That gives us a little bit more working
room right there. On this hitch we have to enlarge this hole to a half-inch
and there is one on the opposite side we have to do the same thing with.
Now we have to get the bolts inside of the frame. What we will do is we use
the fish wire here. Put it through this hole, put it out the big hole, and
then pull our hardware from the outside in and then back out this way. It
kind of helps to slide it up on the wire first, and this threads in. And it
comes out just like that. This hitch uses this hole too. What well do is
slide your plate on, then your bolt, pop it through the hole, put the plate
in, and pull it back on through.
Then do it on the other side too. The next part is to take the hitch up and
install it on the frame. What well do is we will slide one half and let it
rest on the muffler and that will be our third hand while we go to the
other side and start threading on the nuts and washers. Now we go to the
other side. Now That you got it hung up here the next thing to do is just
go ahead and center it with the vehicle. Two ways of going about that, you
can center it on the frame itself, kind of move it back and forth the way
you like it. Thats how I like to do it, make sure you have an even edge on
both sides. And then sometimes you might want to double check it from here.
And then look up at the center of the license plate and give yourself a
good idea of that. Looks like we can go a tad to left. It looks pretty
good, we will go ahead and tighten it down from there. Just snug them down
for now, evenly, and well come back with a torque wrench. Okay, and then
dont forget you have to put the muffler back up. So we will spray down the
hangers a little bit and then slide them right on. Check the clearance and
make sure it doesnt bounce. We have about, maybe three quarters of an inch,
so that should do fine, and your install is complete. etrailer.com