Chevrolet Silverado Manuals

Download the Chevrolet Silverado Service Manual and Owner's Manual.

Remember that the Service Manual covers all maintenance needs that you can do at home or in the repair shop.

Any inconvenience or damage to the Chevrolet Silverado can be solved with these manuals, from simple regular maintenance operations to complex including mechanical and electrical component location, removal and installation.

The service manual of the Chevrolet Silverado is complemented by the Owner's Manual, although often the owner's manual is overlooked, it should not be because information brings this manual is vital and should be the first source of reference for any damage or maintenance we perform in our pickup.

So next time you want to perform maintenance on your Silverado, first comes Chevrolet Silverado Owner Manual, and if you do not get the problem complements the information with the Chevrolet Silverado Service Manual

Take a few minutes to review all the information you find on both manuals Chevrolet Silverado, do not try to solve a problem without information found at your fingertips, so you can save time and money.

Chevrolet Silverado Manuals come in the PDF format, so they can be read using the Acrobat Reader or other PDF reader, you can print them to always keep on hand in your truck or your desktop...Chevrolet Silverado Manuals

Kia Sportage Manuals: Owner Manual and Workshop Manual

Here you can download the User Manual and Workshop Manual Kia Sportage from 1994 to the present: 3 generations, select the appropriate year for your download.

Contents Kia Sportage Owner Manual

The User Manual Kia Sportage contains the following nine (9) chapters:

Chapter 1: Introduction.- Using this manual, instructions for handling vehicle, vehicle adaptation process.

Chapter 2: Your vehicle Summary.- Air bags, glasses-seat supports for children and babies, housing compartment in the console, or support-drinks, door locks, front seat, fuel tank cap, interior lights, roof, keys, mirrors, rear seat.

Chapter 3: Knowing your VEHICLE.- Exterior Overview, General interior view, overview of the instrument panel.

Chapter 4: Driving your VEHICLE.- Power switch, engine start, manual gearbox, dual-wheel drive or four-wheel brakes, driver's steering wheel, cruise control, traction control system, electronic program stability, instrument panel, meters and gauges, warning lights monitoring system tire pressure, compass, lights, wipers, defroster.

Chapter 5: Tips for good driving.- Fuel requirements, emission control system, before driving, suggestions for economic operation, special driving conditions, vehicle weight with and without trailer, trailer, overload the vehicle and load limit information labels...Kia Sportage Manuals: Owner Manual and Workshop Manual

Renault Duster Manuals:User and Workshop 1.5cDi, 1.6L and 2.0L engines (Diesel and Gasoline)

Here you can download the Renault Duster User Manual and all the technical information of the different procedures for disassembly and assembly in Renault Duster Workshop Manual.

1 - Renault Duster Owner Manual in PDF format, size 7.11 MB, 200 pages, Language: English

2 - Renault Duster Workshop Manual in PDF format, size 21.3 MB, 1162 pages, Language: English

Remember that it is vital to properly maintain your vehicle, as an oversight or forgetfulness in routine maintenance eventually bring higher costs and disadvantages, which are presented in the most unexpected moments.

Only 3 out of 10 owners perform proper maintenance on your vehicle, this will establish the global statistics, do not join these people and make a difference with the manuals for your car.

Will found many aspects of regular care, routine and cyclic maintenance to be applied to your vehicle as well as all the information needed to solve a sudden problem, you carefully read the contents of the different manuals that we offer...Renault Duster Manuals:User and Workshop 1.5cDi, 1.6L and 2.0L engines (Diesel and Gasoline)

 

How to change the oil in the gearbox?

The Chevrolet Spark and Daewoo Matiz use 75W85 oil in the gearbox. This is the manufacturer's recommended oil for the gearbox.

Some mechanics use 20W50 engine oil for the transmission, this is a big mistake.

The 20W50 motor oil is not for gearbox, which brings a couple of negative consequences for our gearbox:

The 20W50 oil is heavy for the transmission, which results in inadequate lubrication of the transmission.

The 20W50 oil in the transmission causes problems when making the gearshift handle. This is especially noticeable when changing from second to third and fourth to third ago, producing snoring noises and gear couplings not easily occur.

If after using the 75W85 oil in the transmission remains the problem of snoring / noise when making changes then adjusted the clutch cable finally can persist the difficulty of making the gears smoothly and could be due to damage sprocket of the gearbox, called synchronized gears.

The oil in the gearbox should be replaced every 30,000 km and 2.1 liters should be used...How to change the oil in the gearbox?

 

How to install a tachometer in your car

A tachometer is an instrument that indicates the RPM (Revolutions Per Minute) that turns the engine of our car, and although it is not a luxury many instrument manufacturers do not include in-dash models by lower costs of production.

The purpose of the tachometer is to know what is the limit of revolutions per minute at which the engine to shift gears or accelerate stop working.

Years of experience have taught us to drive cars without tachometer "HEARING" listening to the sound emitted by the engine, and if you hear "VERY ACCELERATED" shift gears or fail to accelerate.

But if we have already taken the decision to install a tachometer in our car we should know a few things before you even buy it in any case if you already have one no matter, we simply understand how to connect it to function properly.

The market offers a variety of tachometers and marks but all basically have the same working principle.

There tachometer needle or clock, digital tachometers presented numerically in revolutions either LCD display or LED, lights of different colors.

Tachometers also differ in how they collect the signal from the RPM of the engine, in a case of taking the sample electrically some point circuit high voltage generation while others do inductively high voltage cable of a spark plug...How to install a tachometer in your car

 

How to know that the headlights are properly aligned

Who drove at night we felt the sensation of glare when the lights of an oncoming car head pointing us straight in the eyes on many occasions.

Although sometimes this may be unavoidable glare or dazzle, if we can minimize it if the headlights of our cars are properly aligned.

The purpose of the alignment of the headlights is to allow us to best see the path we tread while not disturbing the drivers traveling in the opposite direction.

A misaligned headlights keep us from our path correctly perceive at once that can cause an accident.

If headlights are misaligned we draw attention to the time of Technical Inspection.

Before making any adjustments to the headlights must know how to recognize if the lights are straight: If headlights are properly aligned produce a typical pattern, the same as we obtain after adjustments and calibrations of the case.

The illumination pattern of the headlights of our car our car is obtained by placing 5 meters from a wall for easy viewing recommend doing it at night, and as indicated in the chart below...How to know that the headlights are properly aligned

 

Smoke from the exhaust on my car

Our car is constantly expelling gases through the exhaust pipe and recognize our responsibility to know what type of gases and / or fumes are coming out of the engine to take corrective action if necessary.

When the engine of our car is in good working condition or new, the exhaust basically ejects water vapor (H20), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2) and other substances in smaller proportion: particles coal, gasoline in extremely small proportions, nitrous oxide (NOx).

When starting the engine in the morning-or cold climates may notice steam coming out, and we identify it as a small transparent cloud and disperses immediately leaving no trace of odor.

As the engine and vehicle miles of travel accumulating presenting will wear on moving engine parts but we have successfully done oil changes and in due time, this wear is normal in any car engine.

As a result of wear in the cylinders of the combustion chambers and their pistons, wheels and other parts, starts filtering the lubricating oil from the engine to the combustion chamber, where it is burned along with the gasoline / air , producing smoke in the exhaust with a strong odor that attracts our attention, and depending on the major or minor leaks into the combustion chambers will disappear after about 5 minutes of operation of the motor when the leak is small, or stay as long as we accelerated and increased if the leak is higher...Smoke from the exhaust on my car

 

Cooling System Leaks and radiator unexplained

Many times during weekly or monthly routine inspection of fluid levels in our car we found that the coolant level has dropped, but no trace of the leak by the hoses, radiator, coolant recovery tank or dripping we lead to detect the origin of the loss of coolant.

If we do not take corrective action or emergency will be severe damage to the engine in a short time, then the engine will run out of coolant and the engine will be damaged by overheating.

The first step will be to fill the tank of clean water coolant if we find the problem in the middle of a trip and do not have anything else, taking care not to exceed the limit marked on the recovery tank MAX, this will allow us to reach a service station or mechanic trucks to replace this water by PURE coolant.

The disadvantage of the water in the cooling system, the high vapor pressure in the engine cooling system compared to the vapor pressure if we only coolant (ethylene glycol) but can operate at least safe and does not damage the engine.

As an additional measure we drive our car at low speed so as not to raise the temperature of the engine cooling system.

Coolant loss is minimal during normal operation, but will be a reduction in a period of 6 months or more.

The loss of coolant with no apparent cause in a few days or weeks may be due to very small cracks in the radiator, fractures in the engine block, cracks in the packaging of the engine head, micro leaks in radiator heating.

To prevent engine damage must complete each week missing coolant to take any remedial action...Cooling System Leaks and radiator unexplained

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