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It is about 10 inches long has a yellow head it;s a female 3 prong and it is a wire. It is wrapped in some kind of tape for heat protection. It seems to be connected to a small bolt in to the frame to the right of the oil filter about 5 inches back.It wasn't hanging down the last time I checked. Can't find what is is suppose to be plugged into
I already check fluid is not coming out
What is needed for me to begin driving the van again. I know charging the battery, putting gasoline in and air in tires. However do I have to change any fluids or anything else am I missing? Thank you.
It has over 200k miles but runs great.
I have a gmc safari check engine light is on. I can get through 1st and 2nd gear no problem but it get stuck in 3rd so please any help
I have the same problem as everyone else with a '02 Safari van. Door locks clicking all the time. Pass anger window won't go down and the air goes off when accelerating. Anyone ever solve these problums?
My antifreeze was pouring out. I paid $1763.94 to have the heater inlet and outlet hoses changed, as well as the clamps, water pump, oil cooler line and hoses. These repairs were supposed to "fix the leak", however ,it has continued to pour antifreeze out since i picked it up. At first no one would help me, then i was told that after diagnostic testing, i need to pay to get the core changed. When i complained, i was told the heater control valve was the cause of the leak and that part has nothing to do with the hoses. He specifically said that the valve was never touched or changed, and the hoses and clamps dont touch the valve. Is this true? Is it just a coincidence that the valve cracked within the first 24hrs of driving it? Not sure what else to ask. PLEASE HELP!!!!!!!
After years of my door looks clicking,not working all the time, and my air bag light stays on, the passenger window won't go down all the way, and is slow to go up .Out of the blue the door locks (even though they keep clicking) now work. And the A/C fan wont work in the front.
Bought this 2002 a couple months ago. It was leaking a bit but now it leaks like a sieve.
When you are all ready in drive and you start start off from a stop.Until you reach steed above 55 to 60 miles an hour.
yesterday I put $25 worth of gas using a different pump than I usually use. After driving a little over 20 miles van started sputtering, bucking and trying to stall. Pulled over and put scanner on it (yes I carry a scanner) threw code P0300. Van was running fine before gas fill had driven about 15 miles before before stopping at station. Just passed the emission 3 weeks before. Suppected water in gas put Heet in tank and had van towed home. Plan on checking for water when it stops raining today. My question is what else could it be that van runs fine then like flipping switch starts to misfire.
I am trying to determine how to diagnose a PO128 error code on a 2002 GMC Safari. I would appreciate any info anyone might have on this