About Chevrolet Colorado
Chevrolet Colorado is a compact truck manufactured by General Motors since 2003. The first Chevrolet Colorado was introduced in 2004 to replace the Chevrolet S10 compact pickup truck. It is a very young truck and has only been produced through two generations. What surprises people is even it has been produced for not too long, it has received awards and recognitions from Motor Trend for 2015 Truck of the Year and 2016 Truck of the Year.
The first generation Chevrolet Colorado (2003-2012) was introduced as a two-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive vehicle powered by several kinds of engines including inline 4-cylinder engine, inline 5-cylinder engine and V8 engine with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission. Then in 2011, the second generation Chevrolet Colorado (2012-present) was unveiled at the Bangkok Motor Show as two-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive regular cab, extended cab and crew cab. At the same year, the Holden Colorado was introduced at the Australian International Motor Show coming with DX, LX, LT, LTZ, Z71 trim levels but only Base, WT, LT and Z71 are available trim levels in American market. It now has V6 engine and 4-cylinder engine with 5-speed manual and 6-speed automatic and manual transmission.
Chevrolet Colorado Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
Though the Chevrolet Colorado is very popular in North America, it is still inevitable that some Chevrolet Colorado vehicle owners have some complaints about it. There are two most common problems on it while driving:
First, engine problem. Chevrolet Colorado vehicle owners found the engine idled badly, the engine light was on and sometimes the engine would misfire. What's more, when accelerating, it responded sluggishly. Same symptoms happened to your Chevrolet Colorado means that your body control module is failing or timing chain guide is broken, you had better get it checked by some professionals.
Second, braking problem. Chevrolet Colorado vehicle owners described that the ABS lights coming on and ABS work improperly. Maybe the bad ABS sensor caused this situation, which will also decrease the stopping time and stability under icy or wet driving conditions; however, broken wheel speed sensor also can lead to ABS light being on or ABS works poorly as well as traction control light stays on.
Chevrolet Colorado vehicle owners often realized that they should replace auto parts until some serious accidents happened. In fact, taking preventative measures are always better than taking reactive measures, so when you are checking your car, some parts that are easy to ignore should be payed attention to. Windshield wiper or wiper blade should be replaced once a year in sunny and hot environment and every half a year in dusty and sandy region. Seat belt should be replaced after any accident in which the pretensioners were activated.
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