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About Chevrolet G20

Chevrolet G20 is van manufactured by General Motors from 1964 to 1996. The first Chevrolet G20 was designed to replace the Chevrolet Corvair and was introduced in 1964. Roughly speaking, the Chevrolet G20 had been through three generations. Though it enjoys about only 30-year history, it has received warm welcome from all walks of life such as plumbers, caterers and so on as it boasted for a low cost of upkeep, size and options.
The second generation Chevrolet G20 (1967-1970) offered Sportvan trim and available engine options included 3.8 L, 4.1 L inline 6-cylinder and 4.6 L, 5.0 L and 5.7 L V8 engines. Available transmissions included 3-speed automatic and 4-speed manual transmission. In 1971, the third generation Chevrolet G20 (1971-1996) was introduced. It added a Bonaventure trim for 1981 and 1982 model year. Engine options became more versatile including 4.1 L inline 6-cylinder engine, 4.3 L V6 engine and 5.0 L, 5.7 L, 7.4 L V8 engine as well as 6.2 L and 6.5 L V8 diesel engines. Available transmissions had 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmission and 4-speed manual transmission.

Chevrolet G20 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a van popular in all trades, Chevrolet G20 has suffered a lot from loading weighty lumbers or heavy goods. Thus, it is normal for Chevrolet G20 to show some problems because of these heavy burdens, here are the most common ones according to the Chevrolet G20 vehicle owners:
First, engine problem. No matter how good care has been taken to Chevrolet G20, some parts will wear out and engine problem arose. The common symptoms included engine misfiring, slow acceleration, difficulty in starting or inability to start. Engine performs poorly, which caused excessive oil consumption as well as whining noise can be heard while driving.
Second, cooling system problem. Maybe because Chevrolet G20 is an old van, if it is still in use today, some parts on it must have gone through a lot. Chevrolet G20 owners said that the cooling fans did not come on again and the vehicle overheated constantly. What's more, the cooling fan circuit fuse was blown. If these symptoms happened, the fan motor or fan shroud may have some trouble. For extending your rare Chevrolet G20's lifespan, you had better get it check thoroughly and replace broken parts in time.
It is certain that every part needs get enough care if you want to keep your Chevrolet G20 at prime condition. However, some replacement parts still get ignored. Door handle is one of them. It may seem insignificant to you but it plays an important role. You have to rely on it to getting into or outside the vehicle. At the same time, it is a shield that keeps you from hurting by the impact produced by quick-flowing air. Seat belt works similar as a protector.
If you need a new Chevrolet G20 parts, OEM parts should be your prime choice regarding the reliability, greater assurance of quality, durability, precise fitment and the manufacturer's warranty compared to aftermarket parts. We also offer first-class customer service, hassle-free return policy and quick delivery.