2005 Chevrolet Colorado Q&A
2005 Chevrolet Colorado Question: timing
Your Chevy has a coil over ignition system (no ignition distributor). The ignition system is fully controlled by the ignition/fuel injection control module. No adjustment necessary or possible. It is checked using a scan tool attached to the OBD2 diagnostic connector under the dash. The Engine uses a timing chain which te "timing/synchronization" of that is only checked during engine assembly. - patrick mannion
At times I turn key, truck cranks but does not start. I let truck sit for 15-30 minutes then try again and truck starts fines. Truck runs great for a week or so, then same issue occurs. Dealershi...
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My heater/AC fan will work all the time in high speed. All other speeds will not work sometimes. Have you an idea what’s wrong with this?
i reset over and over.no help
ac/heat only work on max