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 on: Today at 10:40 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by JVZL1
  Made and installed a screened galvanized plate to cover the fender hole for the factory air intake.
This will eliminate any derby entering the aftermarket air box.

 on: Today at 10:20 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by No Tyme
Yesterday I swapped out the Blizzaks for my Cooper Discovers HT's. I really doubt we will be seeing any accumulating snow here in southern Michigan this season.
I did purchase a new tranny filter and some Dex as I am approaching 88 K and think its time for a filter change. It will be a bit before I can tackle that job with my interior door project I have gong right now, but I hope to have it completed by the time I will be hooking to the toy hauler and venturing south.

 on: Today at 07:53 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by EXT4ME
Man, do you want to head north and tackle some of my projects for me?  ;)

Wished I could.


 on: Today at 07:48 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by frito
Man, do you want to head north and tackle some of my projects for me?  ;)

 on: Today at 06:48 
Started by Mikes-07 - Last post by EXT4ME
Yesterday was cloudy, but dry, and near 80 degrees.

I ran down a coolant leak that was mostly coming from a loose hose clamp at the upper radiator hose.

Once I fixed the clamp issue, I fully re-pressurized the system again and found a very tiny leak coming from the water pump.

The pressure held steady for over an hour, so I feel confident the water pump is the only remaining coolant leak, at the moment.

The water pump looks to be the original unit, so I will go ahead and replace the water pump, thermostat and housing, all coolant hoses, firewall quick disconnects and anything else that catches my eye.

Belts, tensioners, pulleys and fan clutch are also on the to-do list.

I pulled the bed mat and OMG.

I found mud and grass clogging every crack, crevice and drain.

I have my doubts that this bed mat had ever been removed from the truck since the truck was new.

With the coming storms today, I am going to leave my freshly shined up bed panels in the garage and let mother nature rinse out the bed a little more.

The sun is supposed to come back out tomorrow and I will keep looking for things to tinker on.

The fresh air is doing my mind and body good.


 on: Today at 04:44 
Started by BainMan - Last post by lacebm2
I've done seat work on my previous 05 Avy before so I'm no stranger to removing the seats. Before I start the diagnosis of my current problem on my 011 Avy I want to reach out and see if anyone else had this problem. My driver's side seat is the issue. I have no heat or cooling. Fans do not engage. All the lights work on the respective switches, all other functions for the seat are fine. The passenger side works properly and all functions normal. I'm leaning towards the ccsm ,as suggested by BainMan. Any other possibilities? If it is the ccsm does anyone have any pics of it and it's the exact location?

 on: Yesterday at 12:29 
Started by On3go - Last post by On3go
I just fix a clunking noise on mine, had both upper control arms changed but it didnt fix. I also noticed a kind of clunkings at low speed on damaged roads. So I thought it could be bad front struts... A friend of mine jump over and over on the truck bed and noticed a different noise comming from the center underneath of the truck. A different noise, but noticed the transmission mount bolts way loose. (Bolts that hold the mount to the transmission side.) Tightened the bolts and clunk noise is gone.
I'll have to check that out. As of right now I have new front struts sitting around. I notice my bushings on my control arms are cracked up. It could possibly be that. I'd like to rebuild the whole front suspension just to know its 100% fresh, plus I'm adding a level kit once I figure out the clunking issue. The truck as I have had it now for a few months is showing more signs of abuse. My initial test drive fidnt show alot wrong, until after I signed papers and got a few weeks of driving it under my belt. Unfortunately for me it was a "as is" lot. So now I have the luxury 🙄🙄 of redoing all the worn stuff lol

 on: Yesterday at 08:59 
Started by ca2kjet - Last post by ygmn
Little Reminder peeps read first post.

 on: Yesterday at 04:23 
Started by Durwin - Last post by EXT4ME
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 on: Yesterday at 00:45 
Started by Durwin - Last post by BlackAvA2005

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