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2004 Chevrolet TrailBlazer Noise Coming From Instrument Panel Cluster (Replace Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC)) Repair Manual

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This bulletin is being revised to add model years and provide important repair information. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 04-08-49-015 (Section 08 — Body and Accessories). Condition Some customers may comment on a noise coming from the instrument panel cluster (IPC) while driving or on initial start-up. Instrument clusters may contain stepper motor gages that can make noise during the following conditions: Subject: Noise Coming From Instrument Panel Cluster (Replace Instrument Panel Cluster (IPC)) Models: 2003-2005 Buick LeSabre 2003-2007 Buick Rendezvous 2004-2005 Buick Rainier 2003-2006 Cadillac Escalade, Escalade ESV, Escalade EXT 2003-2005 Chevrolet Cavalier, Impala, Monte Carlo 2003-2006 Chevrolet Avalanche, Suburban, Tahoe, TrailBlazer EXT 2003-2007 Chevrolet Silverado Classic, TrailBlazer 2003-2007 Chevrolet Kodiak Models 2004-2006 Chevrolet SSR 2003-2006 GMC Envoy XL, Yukon, Yukon XL 2004-2005 GMC Envoy XUV 2004-2007 GMC Envoy 2003-2007 GMC Sierra Classic 2003-2004 Oldsmobile Bravada 2003-2005 Pontiac Aztek, Bonneville, Sunfire 2003-2005 HUMMER H2 Attention: Appropriate repair is based on vehicle build date. Use GMVIS to determine the vehicle build date. • Initial startup (gages zero/reset)

2001 Dodge Durango BLOWER MOTOR RELAYS REPAIR MANUAL

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BLOWER MOTOR RESISTOR 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Disconnect blower motor resistor harness connector. Using DVOM, check for continuity between all blower motor resistor terminals. If continuity exists between all terminals, go to next step. If continuity does not exist between all terminals, replace faulty blower motor resistor. 2. Check for open or short in circuits between blower motor resistor and heater control panel. Also check for open or short in wire between blower motor resistor and blower motor. BLOWER MOTOR SWITCH 2000 Dakota, 2000 Durango & 2000-01 Ram Pickup 1. Remove Power Distribution Center (PDC) cover. Using DVOM, check for battery voltage at PDC fuse No. 5 (40-amp) on Dakota and Durango; PDC fuse No. 12 (40-amp) on Ram Pickup. If battery voltage exists, go to next step. If battery voltage does not exist, check for open in Red wire between battery and underhood PDC. If Red wire is okay, replace underhood PDC. 2. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove heater control panel. See HEATER CONTROL PANEL under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Disconnect heater control panel cable, electrical and vacuum connectors as necessary. Using DVOM, check for continuity between heater control panel harness connector terminal No. 7 (Black wire on Dakota and Durango; Black/Orange on Ram Pickup) and ground. See Fig. 5 . If continuity exists, go to step 4 . 3. If continuity does not exist, repair open in Black wire or Black/Orange wire between heater control panel 2001 Dodge Durango 2000-01 HEATER SYSTEMS’ ‘RWD Trucks & Vans harness connector terminal No. 7 and ground connector located at lower right corner of instrument panel (Dakota and Durango) or behind center of instrument panel (Ram Pickup). 4. Place heater mode control knob to any position except OFF. Using DVOM, check for continuity between heater control panel terminal No. 7 and terminals No. 3, 4, 5 and 6 while rotating blower motor switch. See Fig. 5 . 5. If continuity does not exist at any terminal, replace faulty heater control panel. If continuity exists as specified, check for open in circuits between heater control panel and blower motor resistor. Also check for an open in circuit between heater control panel and blower motor. See WIRING DIAGRAMS . Fig. 5: Identifying Heater Control Panel Blower Switch Connector Terminals (2000 Dakota & Durango Are Shown; Ram Pickup Is Similar) Courtesy of CHRYSLER CORP. Ram Van/Wagon 1. Disconnect negative battery cable. Remove heater control panel. See HEATER CONTROL PANEL under REMOVAL & INSTALLATION. Disconnect heater control panel harness connectors. Using DVOM, check for continuity between heater control panel C3 harness connector terminal “C” (Black wire) and ground. See Fig. 6 . If continuity exists, go to next step. If continuity does not exist, repair open in Black wire between heater control panel and ground connector located at lower right of steering column. 2. Place heater mode control selector to any position, except OFF. Using DVOM, check for continuity between appropriate terminals of heater control panel, for C3 connector terminals “B” (Violet wire) and “C” (Black wire). If continuity exists through heater control panel, go to next step. If continuity does not exist, replace faulty heater control panel assembly. 3. Using DVOM, check for continuity between heater control panel C3 connector terminal “B” (Violet wire) and C1 connector terminal “E” (Violet wire). See Fig. 6 . If continuity exists, go to next step. If continuity does not exist, repair open in Violet wire between heater control panel C3 and C1 connectors.

2006-2009 Dodge Ram 1500 4×4 Installation Instructions

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2006-2009 Dodge Ram 1500 4×4 1. Jack the truck up and support with jack stands. 2. Remove the wheels 3. Remove the sway bar link from below the control arm, remove the tie rod end, and the upper ball joint. 4. Remove the strut 5. Install the leveling kit on the strut 6. Reinstall the strut into the truck 8. Re-attach the tie rod end before the upper ball joint. 9. Using a floor jack, apply pressure to the lower ball joint and reattach the upper ball joint Align and adjust headlights

2000-2006 TOYOTA TUNDRA VEHICLE WIRING INFORMATION

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WIRING INFORMATION: 2000 Toyota Tundra WIRE WIRE COLOR WIRE LOCATION 12V CONSTANT WIRE WHITE/RED OR WHITE Ignition Harness STARTER WIRE GREEN/BLACK Ignition Harness IGNITION WIRE BLACK/YELLOW Ignition Harness SECOND IGNITION WIRE BLACK/RED Ignition Harness ACCESSORY WIRE BLUE/RED Ignition Harness POWER DOOR LOCK (-) WHITE/GREEN Wires Can Be Found In A Harness In Both The Driver’s Kick Panel And In The Passenger Kick Panel POWER DOOR UNLOCK (-) RED/YELLOW Wires Can Be Found In A Harness In Both The Driver’s Kick Panel And In The Passenger Kick Panel PARKING LIGHTS (+) GREEN Harness In Drivers Kick Panel HEADLIGHTS (-) GREEN/YELLOW Harness At Steering Column DOOR TRIGGER (-) WHITE/BLUE Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Drivers Door DOME LIGHT SUPERVISION USE DOOR TRIGGER FACTORY ALARM ARM ARMS WITH LOCK FACTORY ALARM DISARM (-) BLUE/BLACK Drivers Door Harness TACHOMETER WIRE BLACK OR BLUE/WHITE Behind Instrument Cluster BRAKE WIRE (+) GREEN/WHITE Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel Or Brake Switch HORN TRIGGER (-) GREEN/RED Harness At Steering Column LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP GREEN At Driver Window Motor Inside Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN BLUE/YELLOW At Driver Window Motor Inside Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP RED/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN RED/GREEN Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door WIRING INFORMATION: 2001 Toyota Tundra WIRE WIRE COLOR WIRE LOCATION 12V CONSTANT WIRE WHITE/RED OR WHITE Ignition Harness STARTER WIRE GREEN/BLACK Ignition Harness IGNITION WIRE BLACK/YELLOW Ignition Harness SECOND IGNITION WIRE BLACK/RED Ignition Harness ACCESSORY WIRE BLUE/RED Ignition Harness POWER DOOR LOCK (-) WHITE/GREEN Wires Can Be Found In A Harness In Both The Driver’s Kick Panel And In The Passenger Kick Panel POWER DOOR UNLOCK (-) RED/YELLOW Wires Can Be Found In A Harness In Both The Driver’s Kick Panel And In The Passenger Kick Panel PARKING LIGHTS (+) GREEN Harness In Drivers Kick Panel HEADLIGHTS (-) GREEN/YELLOW Harness At Steering Column DOOR TRIGGER (-) WHITE/BLUE Harness Coming Into Vehicle From Drivers Door DOME LIGHT SUPERVISION USE DOOR TRIGGER FACTORY ALARM ARM ARMS WITH LOCK FACTORY ALARM DISARM (-) BLUE/BLACK Drivers Door Harness TACHOMETER WIRE BLACK OR BLUE/WHITE Behind Instrument Cluster BRAKE WIRE (+) GREEN/WHITE Harness In Driver’s Kick Panel Or Brake Switch HORN TRIGGER (-) GREEN/RED Harness At Steering Column LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP GREEN At Driver Window Motor Inside Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN BLUE/YELLOW At Driver Window Motor Inside Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP RED/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN RED/GREEN Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW UP GREEN At Driver Window Motor Inside Door LEFT FRONT WINDOW DOWN BLUE/YELLOW At Driver Window Motor Inside Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW UP RED/BLACK Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Door RIGHT FRONT WINDOW DOWN RED/GREEN Harness In Driver’s Kick From Driver Doo

2004 – 2006 Toyota Sienna Vehicles Equipped w/ Power Back Door (Power Rear Liftgate) Repair Manual

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Certain 2004 – 2006 Model Year Sienna vehicles equipped w/Power Back Door (Rear Liftgate) Q1: What is the condition? A1: Toyota has determined that the gas struts used to help lift and support the Power Rear Liftgate in certain 2004 through 2006 model year Sienna vehicles could be wearing out sooner than expected. As the gas struts deteriorate, the performance of the Power Rear Liftgate will begin to degrade, and the Power Rear Liftgate will operate more slowly than when the gas struts were new. Only Sienna vehicles equipped with the Power Rear Liftgate are involved. Q2: Are there any warnings that this condition exists? A2: Owners may notice that the Power Rear Liftgate will not remain in the open position. If not repaired, the gas struts may not be able to support the weight of the liftgate when it is open, and eventually, the gas struts could deteriorate to the point that the liftgate will fall about ten inches after it reaches the fully open position, at which point the power motor will engage and power the liftgate to the fully closed position. This condition may cause injury to a person who is struck by the liftgate when it falls or when it is closing. Q3: When were these vehicles produced, and how many vehicles are involved? A3: Only certain 2004 through 2006 model year Sienna vehicles equipped with the Power Rear Liftgate, produced between January 2003 and December, 2006 are involved. Approximately 196,000 vehicles are involved nationwide.