The Chevy Avalanche Fan Club of North America is the largest single model GM truck club in North America. If you currently own, previously owned or want to own an Avalanche, we welcome you to become a member today. Membership is FREE, so register now!
Welcome to the Chevy Avalanche Fan Club of North America's new website.
Our journey in bringing new life to all aspects of the club's website and forums continues. We're working to bring you a revamped look, updated resources, mobile capability, better community features and much more.
As this is an active endeavor, the CAFCNA website will be in constant flux. With the old website having been severely neglected this has become a large undertaking. There's still outdated content and areas that will require us to rebuild from the ground up. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this period and thank you for being a member of this community. If you're not a member, don't wait any longer. Join today!
Yikes!!! Paypal has changed their format and I am no longer able to see any messages that you may have attached to your payments. This means that I am not seeing your CAFCNA usernames! I have a workaro... Read more
Did anyone notice a bunch of redesigned web pages? The Web Master has been busy. Check out the Home page and other links at top.See any errors?See Anything you like? Did you Notice are missing info for... Read more
As you are well aware by now we have gone thru many upgrades and updates on the site which has all been done by one member; doing so annonymously. He kinda came out from behind the screen yesterday and... Read more
Would you be interested in paying for online photo storage using your current account, in our gallery software? Currently supporting member get 50000 kb storageRegular members get up to 10000kb storage... Read more
Recent Forum Posts
Sounds like a PIA project.. Glad mine has spent it's life in sunny California, that is until now.. I just moved to Reno Nevada, not weather like back East but snow just the same...
Looks like a fun project, you could air hammer the rivets and use bolts. GM had a small issue back in the day of running anything fuel system outside the frame. LOL
Well....as luck would have it....Ran into a couple of roadblocks along the way.No idea why the fuel lines were not made with a braided hose section in order to pass the lines past the dogbone for the t... Read more
Check the wiring junction up under the passenger side rear fender. That is a common place for rust and corrosion.
2005 Av Today when trailering, I noticed that my brake lights on the trailer were not always coming on when I was hitting the brakes. Diagnosing further, noticed that it was actually the Avalanche with... Read more