A lot of fun for any persons needs. The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic where it was diagnosed that the sensors failed and needed to be replaced. We came back to Roger because he is honest, straight forward and knowlegable about what he sells. Have not had a stalling problem sence replacing the cranshaft sensor. The moment you climb into this truck and discover its unique features and innovative space management, you realize Chevrolet's created a new subsegment in the truck market. I was going 65 mph and my engine died I had no power steering and the brake pedal was very hard to push.
There are two engine choices: A Vortec 5. Not a single person who drove the truck came away wanting more power. The back up alarm is great and a must for this vehilce Primary Use: Utility towing boats, transporting cargo, etc. I suppose business decisions like that are why my money had to be used to keep them in business! The Avalanche's around-town ride is much more supple than what would've achieved had it used its standard half-ton truck platform. Great truck for its price and was literally a life saver. Fuel cost as much as my truck payments.
Bring on the Chevrolet Avalanche. This is a very dangerous situation and can cause severe accidents as the loss of steering and brakes is critical. The cover closest to the cab also holds water inside the cover. The dealer says they don't know why it would do this and it would be very difficult to diagnose the problem because it happens spontaneously and it usually restarts quickly. However, this truck could get through anything and has been one of my favorite vehicles to date. The vehicle was repaired, but the failure recurred.
Then it will die again. But yeah anyways most of there vehicles have a lot of miles and are over priced. Last, if you folks looking for a E46 M3, you can go there check my previous car, it is still in a very good shape. With its superior ride, quiet cabin and added versatility, the Avalanche scored the highest of any pickup we'd tested during that period of time. However, removing the rear window is time consuming and extending the cargo bed turns the truck into a two-seater.
The folding midgate gives this model flexible cargo-carrying ability. Replaced the driver's side window regulat. The tailgate demands a firm hand when closing, or else it's prone to flopping open once the vehicle is underway. First year Avalanches featured light gray plastic body cladding. What's New, What's Changed The Avalanche got easier on the eyes in 2003 when Chevy introduced a version employing conventional wheel arches, sans body cladding apparently, we weren't the only ones to gripe. I own a security company and plan on buying a few of these late model Avalanche's for mobile Armories. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure.
When we tested the all-new Avalanche for Motor Trend's 2002 Truck of the Year competition, we… When our Detroit Bureau Chief Jack Keebler commented he was thinking of towing a toy for his garage home from L. Great for family drives or off road sport adventures. Ive owned my avalanche for a little over a year and I absolutely love it! This provided needed visual distinction from the Suburban. Our truck's optional runningboards helped with ingress and egress, though they banged some shins and dirtied a few pant legs along the way. The Avalanche uls at 80mph and gets 10mpg all day. Similar issues that the 2001 was recalled for.
From mid-year, Avalanche could be ordered without the cladding. I have read on the internet others from who have the same problem and most likely solution seems to be the crankshaft position sensor which some say has been recalled on the 2001 model engine for the Silverado, but cannot find anything for the same 2002 engine, which is the same engine. Thought this was an isolated instance, but has now happened multiple times at various speeds and even when idling at a stop light. This has happened several times at various speeds. Primary Use: Commuting to work Love It! On location, the crew used the composite bed panels as a sturdy, elevated platform from which to shoot.
From the LogbookDoesn't sweat much for a plus-size contraption. Unfortunately, the view from the Avalanche's driver seat reveals a less-than-ideal scope out the back window. The truck's midgate construction allows two fullsize sleeping bags to be laid out in the bed when the midgate is folded down, protecting the occupants from the weather. Hauling and trailering is effortless. During our extended time with the Avalanche, we noted certain design flaws surrounding its unique bed system.
The vehicle just shuts down. I even offered to trade the car back to them when the one year warranty was up. Most of our staff never warmed to the truck's bold or garish look and all-too-prevalent use of plastic cladding, but everyone lauded its spacious interior, solid powertrain, towing ability, and industry-first Midgate system, all of which reassured us that our 2002 Truck of the Year winner was well deserving of its title. Could be the crankshaft position sensor. Guess since they don't I'll have to take care of my '02.