I have a 2001 GMC Sierra with the 5.3-liter engine. After I park the truck in the garage and shut it off, I hear a "pop" noise about 10 or 15 minutes later. It's a loud noise and I can hear it inside the house. It sounds like it's coming from the rear.
We’ve all heard the question by curious onlookers: “Hey man, what’ll she do?” With diesels, that can mean a variety of things, as modern pickups use sled pulling, dynoing, and drag racing as measuring tools for performance.
The Air Conditioning won't work on the 2002 GMC Sonoma I just bought. I charged the system with R134a from the parts store going by the instructions, it seems to hold refrigerant, and I don't see any visible leaks.
I took my 2002 Ford Explorer camping and the rear window rolled down fine, but when I tried to roll it up, nothing happened. It makes a noise like it's trying to do something, but there's no movement. Does that mean the regulator needs to be replaced?
Regarding the question about a water leak in a 2008 Chevrolet Tahoe ("Who'll Stop the Rain," July/August 2013), I'm a master auto body technician at a Chevy dealership, and have run into this issue on similar trucks.
I am the proud owner of a 2012 Ford Super Duty Crew Cab F-250 Lariat with the diesel option, and the only nagging issue -- is saving the trailer brake controller's gain setting for individually created trailers.