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Introduced in 1970 by General Motors, the GMC Jimmy was a versatile and reliable vehicle that remained in production until 1991, with its compact version enduring until 2002. Modeled after the Blazer, the Jimmy shared many parts and powertrain features with its Chevrolet counterpart, standing as GMC's premium offering. Its name interestingly mirrors the pronunciation of 'GM', akin to how 'Jeep' was derived from 'GP', or 'General Purpose'. The original Jimmy was a short-wheelbase, two-wheel-drive model, which in 1976 evolved into a semi-trailer design with enhanced safety and reduced leakage. This innovative design merged off-road capabilities with luxurious features like air conditioning and automatic transmission, traditionally exclusive to pickups. The majority of models sold were four-wheel drives, featuring a fixed front axle. Major component redesigns took place in 1973, introducing optional tilt steering among other upgrades. Despite the introduction of the GMT400 chassis in 1987, the Jimmy continued with its existing chassis until 1991. Innovations extended to combining the rear window and tailgate into a single unit, either manually operated or powered by an electric motor. The Jimmy transitioned to the use of the environmentally safer R134a refrigerant in 1994. As a testament to its popularity and reliability, the GMC Jimmy was still seen on the roads well after production had ceased, a model that combined comfort and durability in its design.

The GMC Jimmy, over various models, has manifested a series of recurrent problems. One predominant issue involves the leaking fuel tank. In the 1995 model, following a recent fuel pump replacement, fuel leakage becomes evident, especially when parked nose down on an incline. The root cause might trace back to oversight during pump installation, possibly from missing gaskets or incorrect seals. The 1996 model, post fuel line and vent replacements, reveals a similar issue, with gas escaping from a vent atop the tank. Potential causes include malfunctioning EVAP systems, overfilled tanks, flawed fuel line connectors, or a ruptured diaphragm in the fuel pump. Addressing this in the 1997 model requires pinpointing the leak, sanding, cleaning with degreaser, and applying an epoxy putty compound. Done correctly, this offers a long-term solution. Another concern, particularly in the 2000 and 2001 models, pertains to reverse gear failures. Often attributed to a faulty "sun shell" within the transmission, the ramifications can involve not just the loss of reverse but also second gear shifting problems. Signs include the transmission bypassing certain gears, and in some cases, a sporadic reverse function. Clicking noises in reverse, though potentially external, could be linked to the catalytic converter or engine torque-affecting components. Lastly, the transmission itself, pivotal for converting engine power into speed, can exhibit issues like delayed shifting, grinding, or even disturbing noises. For 2000 models, routine checks, particularly the consistent change of transmission fluid, are crucial. Professionals, such as those from Firestone Complete Auto Care, provide essential diagnostics and services, emphasizing proper and cost-effective repairs. Additionally, prolonged braking or excessive towing can further stress the transmission, emphasizing the importance of routine fluid checks and changes every 30,000 to 60,000 miles, though intervals might deviate based on vehicle usage.

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GMC Jimmy Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to check and replace the Park/Neutral switch on Chevrolet Blazer,S10,GMC Jimmy and Sonoma?
    A: To check the Park/Neutral switch, first, ensure that it prevents the engine from starting in any gear other than Park or Neutral. Raise the vehicle and securely place it on jack stands, then unplug the electrical connector from the Park/Neutral switch. Use an ohmmeter to check continuity across the indicated switch terminals. There should be continuity with the shift lever in Park or Neutral, and no continuity in any other position. If the switch doesn't operate as described, try adjusting it before retesting, and if it still fails, replace it. For removal, apply the parking brake, place the shift lever in Neutral, disconnect the battery cable, raise the vehicle on jack stands, remove the nut and manual lever, unplug the electrical connector from the switch, and remove the switch retaining bolts. Slide the switch off the manual shaft. Installation involves using a special adjustment tool, aligning the switch with the manual shaft flats, sliding it onto the manual shaft, and securing it with mounting bolts. Remove the adjustment tool and complete the remaining installation steps, tightening the manual lever retaining nut to the specified torque.
  • Q: How do I remove the radio and speakers in a Chevrolet Blazer,S10,GMC Jimmy and Sonoma?
    A: To remove the radio, start by detaching the cable from the negative terminal of the battery. Then, remove the instrument cluster bezel and unscrew the radio. Disconnect the electrical connection and antenna lead before finally removing the radio from the dash. For installation, simply reverse the removal steps. When it comes to the speakers, if they are door-mounted, remove the door trim panel and drill out the rivets. Detach the speaker and unplug the electrical connector. Use a small hand-operated rivet gun for installing the new speaker. For front speakers, remove the speaker grille, screws, and detach the speaker. For rear speakers, remove the trim panel, nuts, and speaker.
  • Q: How to adjust headlights?
    A: To adjust a headlight, use spring-loaded screws for the beam headlights and Torx-head screw adjusters for composite headlights. You will need a blank wall, level floor beneath it; masking tape should be positioned vertically in reference to vehicle centerline and headlight centerlines on the wall. Also, a horizontal tape line may be positioned referring to the centreline of all headlights. The adjustments ought to be carried out while the vehicle is sitting level with half-full gas tank and no more than normal weight load inside it. When starting with low beam adjustment, place your high intensity zone two inches below the horizontal line but two inches to the right of vertical line coming from headlight. In order to raise or lower beam turn top adjusting screw clockwise or counterclockwise correspondingly while side adjusting screw is applied for moving light left or right. In High-beam mode, this concentrated brightness band should sit just below the horizontal line, centered vertically. After doing so then finally you can fix your lights as you see fit.
  • Q: How can I check the condition of the transmission mount on Chevrolet Blazer,S10,GMC Jimmy and Sonoma?
    A: To check the condition of the transmission mount, insert a large screwdriver or pry bar into the space between the transmission and the cross member and attempt to pry the transmission up slightly. If there is any noticeable separation of the rubber, it indicates that the mount is worn out. For removal, start by removing the nut that attaches the insulator to the cross member, as well as the bolts that attach the insulator to the transmission. Then, raise the transmission slightly using a jack and remove the insulator. When installing the new mount, ensure that the procedure is reversed and tighten the nuts and bolts securely.