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Just as Gm tech said it goes in the top. You more...

Just as Gm tech said it goes in the top. You more then likely put it together correctly. That little black hard rubber piece you mentioned sometimes stays/hangs up in the caliper bracket. If it was...
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Talking Your welcome and i'm glad you were able to fix...

Your welcome and i'm glad you were able to fix it. Nothing to feel stupid about though the main thing is you did it without having to take it to a shop. I personally don't know a mechanic that knows...
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Smile Come on fellows what are we thinking ??...

Come on fellows what are we thinking ?? Somethings not right here. Lets go back to the basics. If you have a good spark from the coil wire when cranking then what's that tell us ?? The ecm,ignition...
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Check your fuses. Looking at a diagram i have it...

Check your fuses. Looking at a diagram i have it seems the taillamps use a different fuse then the brake lamps. The right and left use seperate fuses. Try fuse # 7 in fuse box, but not sure if that's...
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If i'm reading the post correctly the...

If i'm reading the post correctly the transmission will not move the car either forward or in reverse and fluid level is good. If this is the case you can eliminate/quit your electrical tests....
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Wink Have you checked your tie rod ends?? Worn...

Have you checked your tie rod ends?? Worn steering parts could cause the same concern as warped rotors. Jack up one (front) wheel at a time and see if there is any side to side movement.
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Two other things come to mind you might check....

Two other things come to mind you might check. When they did the brake job did they replace the caliper retaining bolt rubber bushings/o-rings? I've seen these cause the problem when worn out and...
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Your headed in the right direction. The resistor...

Your headed in the right direction. The resistor is under the passenger side dash next to the blower motor. If i remember right, you just have too remove the lower dash cover and the resister is held...
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It should be whats called your neutral safety...

It should be whats called your neutral safety switch. It's mounted on the transmission behind the shift lever, which is on the driver's side of the transmission.
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If you have a 4.6L engine then Msargent hit the...

If you have a 4.6L engine then Msargent hit the nail on the head with the blocked EGR valve passages under the throttle body. A quick check to see if this is the case, is to use a hand vacuum pump (...
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Have you replaced the ignition module?? It's a...

Have you replaced the ignition module?? It's a square shaped box usually mounted on the fender. Some parts stores like Advance and Autozone can test these too. If you have you should have battery...
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Your first step should be to get the code scanned...

Your first step should be to get the code scanned to see what code you have causing the light to come on.
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Your welcome and good luck ,should be a fairly...

Your welcome and good luck ,should be a fairly cheap repair.
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It sounds like you've found some relays....

It sounds like you've found some relays. According to Alldata the relay should have six wires to it. With the relay unplugged you should have 12 volts on the green wire and the black/white wire with...
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It could be several things, but i have seen quite...

It could be several things, but i have seen quite a few ignition modules cause this concern. Just a thought.
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I'd check a junk yard myself and try and get the...

I'd check a junk yard myself and try and get the cover too. We had to replace the actuator itself because the portion that broke was the plastic end of the actuator.
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Alldata a lot of times is kind of misleading on...

Alldata a lot of times is kind of misleading on their componenet locations so it could be anywhere and i can't remember myself for sure either. According to the wiring diagram the wire from the a/c...
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Check to see if you have brake lights. The car...

Check to see if you have brake lights. The car has a switch that is triggered by the brake lamp switch and key on setting to release the shifter lock actuator. If no lamps, check fuses or the switch...
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We just had the same problem the other day in our...

We just had the same problem the other day in our shop( GM dealership). The piece that attatches the actuator to the release lever breaks. The plastic hatch cover's retaing screws are, as you know...
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I thought this car used a relay between the fuse...

I thought this car used a relay between the fuse and the compressor and it does. According to Alldata the relay looks to be in front of the raditor/condensor on the passenger side of the car. The...
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I bet the truck has a tilt column? This is a...

I bet the truck has a tilt column? This is a common occurance on these if it does and the steering column will have to be torn down. There's a "cog" or that's what i call it , inside the the column...
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2 mm is pushing it !! In the shop we recommended...

2 mm is pushing it !! In the shop we recommended anything 3mm or less be changed. Most GM pads wear indicators start scrapping the rotors at 2 mm so your getting thin on pads no matter what type car...
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Your welcome !! Usually these only have rear ABS...

Your welcome !! Usually these only have rear ABS but even if it had 4 wheel ABS the front rotors would have a toothed ring on the inside that stays with the rotor on removal and you'd see a small...
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Your in luck, your truck is pretty much just like...

Your in luck, your truck is pretty much just like the old ones you mentioned you done yourself. You didn't mention if it was a 4x4 so i would assume it's 2 wheel drive . You'll need a 3/8 allen...
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Since your front lamps are working all you would...

Since your front lamps are working all you would need to do is ground the rear. You mentioned the ground colors so i assume you do see them at the lamp bulb connectors. Just take a piece of wire and...
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