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This video walks through the process of replacing the front disk brake pads and rotors on a 2011 Chevy Equinox. The process I cover during this disk brake replacement process will be the same or similar on most other vehicles. The process of replacing the front and rear disk brakes on a Chevy Equinox will be the same on a GMC Terrain and a GMC Acadia. The brake caliper removal process will be same on most vehicles. However, the bolt sizes and torque specifications will likely differ between makes and models. The process of replacing disk brake components will be very similar on Ford, Dodge, Toyota, Kia, GMC, And Chevy. I installed Power Stop Genuine Geomet Coated rotors and Evolution dust-free brake pads on this 2011 Chevy Equinox.
In this video, I demonstrate how to replace the rear shock absorbers on a 2011 Chevy Equinox. The rear shock installation process covered in this video will be the same or similar on many other vehicles. The rear shock replacement process should be exactly the same on a GMC Terrain and GMC Acadia. Replacing the rear shock absorbers is an easy job on most vehicles. I install KYB Gas-Adjust shocks on this 2011 Chevy Equinox.
This video walks through the process of diagnosing and replacing a faulty engine coolant temperature sensor (ECT Sensor). The vehicle being repaired in this video is a GMC 1998 K1500 with a 350 Vortec engine. The symptoms that were being produced by this faulty ECT sensor include.
The 1998 K1500 engine would stall when I put the vehicle in gear.
The engine would race or surge up in RPMs and then die back to a stall or near stall.
If the vehicle stalled, I had to open the throttle all the way (push the gas pedal to the floor) in order to get it to start again.
The issue was diagnosed using a Maxilink ML629 code scanner. when viewing live data, the ECT sensor was displaying negative temperature values. The engine would also react to gentle hammer taps on the ECT sensor, which was another indication that the ECT was not providing correct temperature values to the computer.