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About Chevrolet Tracker

Chevrolet Tracker is a mini SUV manufactured by General Motors since 1988. The first Chevrolet Tracker was unveiled as a compact SUV in 1988. It was called Geo Tracker though. The Chevrolet Tracker has gone through two generations roughly as the present Chevrolet Tracker sold in South America and Russia since 2013 used to be Chevrolet Trax.
The first generation Chevrolet Tracker (1989-1998) was introduced in late 1988 as a 1989 model. It offered trim levels as base convertible, base 2-door hardtop, LSi hardtop and LSi convertible. Engine options had only two: 1.6 L 80 hp LS5 4-cylinder engine and 1.6 L 96 hp L01 4-cylinder engine. Available transmissions included 5-speed manual transmission, 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmission. The second generation Chevrolet Tracker (1999-2004) was unveiled in 1999. Trim levels remained the same but engines changed a lot. The new Chevrolet Tracker was powered by the 1.6 L 96 hp L01 4-cylinder engine, 2.0 L 130 hp J20A 4-cylinder engine and 2.5 L 155 hp H25A V6 engine with 5-speed manual and 4-speed automatic transmission.

Chevrolet Tracker Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Even though a car is equipped with the best equipment, once it is in use, some auto parts will wear out, it is the natural law. So Chevrolet Tracker will do the same. Some problems rose up on it while driving:
First, engine problem. Some Chevrolet Tracker vehicle owners said that something went wrong with the engine. They noticed that when they accelerated the Chevrolet Tracker, it would respond slowly and the throttle cable was in improper adjustment as well as the cable became dirty and frayed. In addition, the cruise control functioned improperly either. As a matter of fact, it is the throttle cable that located in the engine system is failing.
Second, power train problem. In more specific words, the transmission does not work well. Symptoms include the indicator light or cable does not match the gear the Chevrolet Tracker drivers are in; keys could not be removed from the ignition and the Chevrolet Tracker could not be turned off. What's more, the Chevrolet Tracker will start in any other gears besides park or neutral or after the Chevrolet Tracker driver start it and try shift it into gear, the gear selector does not move at all. These symptoms may be caused by a bad shift cable.
You cannot deny the importance of routine maintenance if you want to keep your Chevrolet Tracker in the prime condition. Some parts like seat belt, wheel cove or door handle are easy to wear but also easy to be ignored needs the same check procedures as well.
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