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About GMC G2500

GMC G2500 is a van manufactured by General Motors from 1964 to 1996. The first GMC G2500 was introduced in 1964 to replace the Chevrolet Greenbrier Sportswagon. It belongs to the famous G-Series marked exclusively for North America. GMC G2500 was a very famous van in North American with a long history lasting for 32 years. In rough calculations, it had been produced through three generations.
In such a long history, GMC G2500 received several facelifts. The last generation GMC G2500 (1971-1996) was introduced in 1971 as a 3-door van, 3+1 door wagon and a 4-door van receiving major redesigns. It was powered by several different engines ranging from 4.1 L inline 6-cylinder, 4.3 L V6, 5.0 L V8, 7.4 L V8 engines. From 1982 to 1993, it got powers from 6.2 L V8 diesel engine and then from 1994 to 1995, engine changed into 6.5 L. As for available transmission, GMC G2500 was equipped with a 3-speed or a 4-speed automatic transmission and a 4-speed manual transmission.

GMC G2500 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Even backed by the famous General Motors, it is still unavoidable that auto parts on GMC G2500 would wear and tear as time passes by. In this way, problems would start to show on it. Here are two most common ones:
First, cooling system goes wrong. The main function of the cooling system is to avoid the vehicle being too overheating to run smoothly. While in GMC G2500, as it is a relative old model, its cooling system may go wrong as fans could not come on, car overheats and fuses blow. Overheating would impact your GMC G2500's performance, so please check the fan shroud carefully.
Second, multiple electrical issues. Maybe it is also because GMC G2500 is a relative old model, so some electrical auto parts in it start to brake till now. For example, bad oil pressure switch causes the vehicle enter limp mode and has difficulty shifting; broken coolant temperature sensor cause poor fuel economy and black smoke coming from the engine as well as overheating and illuminated Check Engine Light. And also a failed door striker cause the door rattles, loose and moves up and down when shut or difficult to close. These electrical auto parts in your GMC G2500 need extra maintenance.
While in order to keep your GMC G2500 at the best shape all the time, you have more to do. Have you noticed that your windshield wiper or wiper blade could not sweep off debris completely anymore? Have you ever found that your headlight is flickering at night? Or have you ever known that your seat belt needs to be replaced after every accident? All these are what you should add in your routine maintenance.
If you are looking for affordable and high quality OEM GMC G2500 auto parts, you are highly advised to try our website. We boast for a comprehensive array of genuine GMC G2500 auto parts at the lowest prices in the market. What's more, hassle-free return policy and quickest delivery service are also available for these OEM G2500 parts, which are backed by the manufacturer's warranty.