Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
Hello! First of all you have an air "bubble" blocking your thermostat...If you have a garage and can get the vehicle inside let it cool so you can open the cap...Start the engine...Turn the heat on high...As the engine warms air will bubble out of the top of the reservoir ...When the thermostat opens...Slowly add 50/50 until all air has escaped...Don't be in a hurry, wait until all air has stopped and system is full...To be on the safe side you may want to replace the thermostat before you begin this procedure...
In the under-hood fuse box...Try pulling the ABS fuse (60A)...Test drive the vehicle to see if it will perform braking wise until you can fix ABS...Send a comment and let me know how you make out...
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Posted on Dec 14, 2010
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