The fuses are the heart of your Chevy's electrical system. Nearly every system in a car that requires battery or electric power (windows, door locks, lighting, stereo, etc. etc.) is wired and powered through a fuse. The battery sends power to the fuse which then transfers it to the specific system on the car. The purpose of a fuse is to prevent the battery from directly … [Read more...] about 1999-2006 Chevy Silverado & Sierra Fuse Box Diagram
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What is a C0265 Engine Code Problem? A C0265 on your Chevy or GMC Will read: Electronic Brake Control Module Relay Circuit. While that's a mouthful, it doesn't really give you a great idea of what the problem is. The EBCM, or electronic brake control module, is the electronic system that controls brake sensors and activates both traction control and ABS. Traction control … [Read more...] about C0265 Engine Code: EBCM Relay Circuit – Diagnosis & Repair
Chevy/GMC P1174 Engine Code The P1174 engine fault code for Chevy and GMC vehicles reads "Fuel Trim Cylinder Balance Bank 1". Additionally, you might see a P1175 code which represents the same problem but is related to Bank 2. But what does that mean and how do you fix it? A P1174 & P1175 trouble code means that your air to fuel ratio is either running too lean or too … [Read more...] about P1174 Engine Code – Diagnosis & Troubleshooting
What do LS, LT, and LTZ Stand For? LS, LT, and LTZ all represent different trim levels on Chevy and GMC trucks. Trim levels reflect the engine, interior, electronic, and other exterior design features that a specific truck model has. Chevy is known for having an extensive line of trim levels that can vary from year to year and truck to truck. For example, 2020 Silverado's … [Read more...] about What do LS, LT, and LTZ Mean?