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GMC Envoy 2002Wade 72-98138 GMC Envoy Bug Shield Bug Deflector Tinted 2002-2006
Strong One Piece Construction. Will Not Flex/Flutter Or Vibrate.

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Part Number: 72-98138
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1. Hold the brake pedal down with your right foot and set the parking brake. 2. Move the shift lever into PARK (P) like this:

D Press the button in on

the front of the lever. way toward the front of the vehicle.

D Push the lever all the

3. Turn the ignition key to LOCK. 4. Remove the key and take it with you. If you can leave your vehicle with the key, your vehicle is in PARK (P).
Leaving Your Vehicle With the Engine Running
It can be dangerous to leave your vehicle with the engine running. Your vehicle could move suddenly if the shift lever is not fully in PARK (P) with the parking brake firmly set. If you have four-wheel drive, your vehicle will be free to roll -- even if your shift lever is in PARK (P) -- if your transfer case is in NEUTRAL. So be sure the transfer case is in a drive gear -- not in NEUTRAL. See Four-Wheel Drive (Automatic Transfer Case) in the Index. And, if you leave the vehicle with the engine running, it could overheat and even catch fire. You or others could be injured. Dont leave your vehicle with the engine running unless you have to.
If you have to leave your vehicle with the engine running, be sure your vehicle is in PARK (P) and your parking brake is firmly set before you leave it. After youve moved the shift lever into PARK (P), hold the regular brake pedal down. Then, see if you can move the shift lever away from PARK (P) without pressing the button on the shift lever. If you can, it means that the shift lever wasnt fully locked into PARK (P).

Torque Lock

If you are parking on a hill and you dont shift your transmission into PARK (P) properly, the weight of the vehicle may put too much force on the parking pawl in the transmission. You may find it difficult to pull the shift lever out of PARK (P). This is called torque lock. To prevent torque lock, set the parking brake and then shift into PARK (P) properly before you leave the drivers seat. To find out how, see Shifting Into PARK (P) in the Index. When you are ready to drive, move the shift lever out of PARK (P) before you release the parking brake. If torque lock does occur, you may need to have another vehicle push yours a little uphill to take some of the pressure from the parking pawl in the transmission, so you can pull the shift lever out of PARK (P).

Shifting Out of PARK (P)

Your vehicle has an automatic transmission shift lock control system. You have to fully apply the regular brakes before you can shift from PARK (P) when the ignition is in RUN. See Automatic Transmission Operation in the Index. If you cannot shift out of PARK (P), ease pressure on the shift lever -- push the shift lever all the way into PARK (P) as you maintain brake application. Then press the shift lever button and move the shift lever into the gear you want. If you ever hold the brake pedal down but still cant shift out of PARK (P), try this: 1. Turn the key to LOCK. 2. Apply and hold the brake until the end of Step 4. 3. Shift to NEUTRAL (N). 4. Start the vehicle and then shift to the drive gear you want. 5. Have the vehicle fixed as soon as possible.

In freezing weather, dont use your washer until the windshield is warmed. Otherwise the washer fluid can form ice on the windshield, blocking your vision.
Turn the multifunction lever to off to avoid wiper damage when going through an automatic car wash.
Rear Window Washer/Wiper This control is located to the right of the steering wheel on the instrument panel.
Headlamp Washer (If Equipped) Your vehicle may be equipped with a headlamp washer system. The button to operate this feature is located on the instrument panel and functions separately from your other washer systems.
To turn the rear wiper on, turn the control to either 1, 2, or 3. For delayed wiping, turn the control to 1 or 2. For steady wiping, turn the control to 3. To turn the wiper off, turn the control to 0. To wash the rear window, press the washer symbol located in the center of the control. The rear window washer uses the same fluid bottle as the windshield washer. However, the rear window washer will run out of fluid before the windshield washer. If you can wash your windshield but not your rear window, check your fluid level.
To wash your headlamps press the headlamp washer button briefly and release to activate the system. Two pressurized bursts of washer fluid will then be applied to the headlamps.

Cruise Control

If you apply your brakes, the cruise control will shut off.
D Cruise control can be dangerous where
you cant drive safely at a steady speed. So, dont use your cruise control on winding roads or in heavy traffic. Cruise control can be dangerous on slippery roads. On such roads, fast changes in tire traction can cause needless wheel spinning, and you could lose control. Dont use cruise control on slippery roads.

| : On

+ : Resume /Accelerate
: Set With cruise control, you can maintain a speed of about 25 mph (40 km/h) or more without keeping your foot on the accelerator. This can really help on long trips. Cruise control does not work at speeds below about 25 mph (40 km/h).

Setting Cruise Control

If you leave your cruise control switch on when youre not using cruise, you might hit a button and go into cruise when you dont want to. You could be startled and even lose control. Keep the cruise control switch off until you want to use cruise control. 1. Move the cruise control switch to on. 2. Get up to the speed you want. 3. Press in the set button at the end of the lever and release it. 4. Take your foot off the accelerator pedal. The accelerator petal will not go down.
The CRUISE light on the instrument panel will illuminate when the cruise control is engaged. Resuming a Set Speed Suppose you set your cruise control at a desired speed and then you apply the brake. This, of course, shuts off the cruise control. But you dont need to reset it. Once youre going about 25 mph (40 km/h) or more, you can move the cruise control switch briefly from on to resume/accelerate. Youll go right back up to your chosen speed and stay there. If you hold the switch at resume/accelerate the vehicle will keep going faster until you release the switch or apply the brake. So unless you want to go faster, dont hold the switch at resume/accelerate.

Increasing Speed While Using Cruise Control There are two ways to go to a higher speed: D Use the accelerator pedal to get to the higher speed. Press the button at the end of the lever, then release the button and the accelerator pedal. Youll now cruise at the higher speed. D Move the cruise switch from on to resume/accelerate. Hold it there until you get up to the speed you want, and then release the switch. To increase your speed in very small amounts, move the switch briefly to resume/accelerate. Each time you do this, your vehicle will go about 1 mph (1.6 km/h) faster. Reducing Speed While Using Cruise Control D Press in the button at the end of the lever until you reach the lower speed you want, then release it.
Using Cruise Control on Hills How well your cruise control will work on hills depends upon your speed, load and the steepness of the hills. When going up steep hills, you may want to step on the accelerator pedal to maintain your speed. When going downhill, you may have to brake or shift to a lower gear to keep your speed down. Of course, applying the brake takes you out of cruise control. Many drivers find this to be too much trouble and dont use cruise control on steep hills. Ending Cruise Control There are three ways to turn off the cruise control:
D To slow down in very small amounts, briefly press
D Step lightly on the brake pedal. D Move the cruise switch to off, or D Shift the transmission to NEUTRAL (N).
Erasing Speed Memory When you turn off the cruise control or the ignition, your cruise control set speed memory is erased.
the set button. Each time you do this, youll go about 1 mph (1.6 km/h) slower.
Passing Another Vehicle While Using Cruise Control Use the accelerator pedal to increase your speed. When you take your foot off the pedal, your vehicle will slow down to the cruise control speed you set earlier.

Exterior Lamps

Your exterior lamps knob is located on the drivers side of your instrument panel.
Turn the knob clockwise to the master lamps symbol to turn on all the lamps listed as well as the headlamps. Turn the knob all the way counterclockwise to this symbol to turn off the lamps and put the system in automatic headlamp mode.
Automatic Headlamp System
When it is dark enough outside, your automatic headlamp system will turn on your headlamps at the normal brightness along with other lamps such as the taillamps, sidemarker, parking lamps and the instrument panel lights. The radio lights will also be on. Your vehicle is equipped with a light sensor on the top of the instrument panel. Be sure it is not covered or the system will be on whenever the ignition is on. The system may also turn on your lights when driving through a parking garage, heavy overcast weather or a tunnel. This is normal.
Turn the knob clockwise to the parking lamps symbol to manually turn on the following:

D D D D D

Parking Lamps Sidemarker Lamps Taillamps License Plate Lamps Instrument Panel Lights
There is a delay in the transition between the daytime and nighttime operation of the Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) and the automatic headlamp systems so that driving under bridges or bright overhead street lights does not affect the system. The DRL and automatic headlamp system will only be affected when the light sensor sees a change in lighting lasting longer than the delay. To idle your vehicle with the automatic headlamp system off, set the parking brake while the ignition is off. Then start your vehicle. The automatic headlamp system will stay off until you release the parking brake, or until you shift out of park. You may be able to turn off your automatic headlamp system. See Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) later in this section for more information. As with any vehicle, you should turn on the regular headlamp system when you need it.

Daytime Running Lamps

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) can make it easier for others to see the front of your vehicle during the day. DRL can be helpful in many different driving conditions, but they can be especially helpful in the short periods after dawn and before sunset. Fully functional daytime running lamps are required on all vehicles first sold in Canada. The DRL system will make your headlamps come on at reduced brightness when the following conditions are met:
D The ignition is on, D the exterior lamps knob is in automatic

headlamp mode,

D the light sensor detects daytime light, and D the transmission is not in PARK (P).
When the DRL are on, only your headlamps will be on. The taillamps, sidemarker and other lamps wont be on. The instrument panel wont be lit up either. When it begins to get dark, the headlamps will automatically switch from DRL to the regular headlamps.

Lamps On Reminder

A reminder tone will sound when your headlamps or parking lamps are manually turned on, the drivers door is open and your ignition is in LOCK or ACCESSORY. To turn the tone off, turn the knob all the way counterclockwise. In the automatic mode, the headlamps turn off once the ignition key is in LOCK.
To idle your vehicle with the DRL off, put your vehicles transmission in PARK (P). The DRL will stay off until you shift out of PARK (P). The following does not apply to vehicles sold in Canada. When necessary, you may turn off the automatic headlamp system and the Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) feature by following the steps below: 1. Turn the ignition to RUN. 2. Press the dome override button four times within six seconds. After the fourth press of the button, a chime will sound informing you that the system is off. 3. To return to the automatic mode, push the dome override button four times within six seconds (the chime will sound), or turn the ignition to LOCK and then to RUN again. As with any vehicle, you should turn on the regular headlamp system when you need it.

Training a Garage Door Opener with a Rolling Code Feature (If Equipped) If you have not previously programmed the hand-held
transmitter to HomeLink, see Programming the HomeLink Transmitter listed previously. If you have completed this programming already, you now need to train the garage door opener motor head unit to recognize HomeLink. 1. Find the Learn or Smart button on the garage door opener motor head unit. The exact location and color will vary by garage door opener brand. If you have difficulty finding the Learn or Smart button, refer to your garage door opener owners manual or contact the manufacturer of HomeLink at 1-800-355-3515, or on the internet at www.homelink.com. Because of the steps involved, it may be helpful to have another person assist in programming the transmitter. 2. Press the Learn or Smart button on the garage door opener motor head unit. An indicator light will begin to flash when the motor head unit enters the training mode. Following this step, you have 30 seconds to start Step 3.
3. Return to HomeLink in your vehicle and firmly press and release the programmed HomeLink button three times. The rolling-code garage door opener should now recognize HomeLink. You may either use HomeLink or the hand-held transmitter to open the garage door. If after following these instructions, you still have problems training the garage door opener, contact the manufacturer of HomeLink at 1-800-355-3515, or on the internet at www.homelink.com.
Operating the HomeLink Transmitter
Press and hold the appropriate button on HomeLink for at least half of a second. The indicator light will come on while the signal is being transmitted.

Erasing Channels

To erase all three programmed channels, hold down the two outside buttons until the indicator light begins to flash (approximately 20 seconds). Release both buttons.

Resetting Defaults

To reset HomeLink to default settings, hold down the two outside buttons until the indicator light begins to flash (approximately 20 seconds). Continue to hold both buttons until the HomeLink indicator light turns off and then release both buttons.

This light should come on briefly when you turn the ignition key to RUN. If it doesnt come on then, have it fixed so it will be ready to warn you if theres a problem. If the light comes on while you are driving, pull off the road and stop carefully. You may notice that the pedal is harder to push. Or, the pedal may go closer to the floor. It may take longer to stop. If the light is still on, have the vehicle towed for service. See Towing Your Vehicle in the Index.
Anti-Lock Brake System Warning Light
With the anti-lock brake system, this light will come on when you start your engine and may stay on for several seconds. Thats normal. If the light stays on, or comes on when youre driving, your vehicle needs service. If the regular brake system warning light isnt on, you still have brakes, but you dont have anti-lock brakes. If the regular brake system warning light is also on, you dont have anti-lock brakes and theres a problem with your regular brakes. See Brake System Warning Light earlier in this section. The anti-lock brake system warning light should come on briefly when you turn the ignition key to RUN. If the light doesnt come on then, have it fixed so it will be ready to warn you if there is a problem.
Engine Coolant Temperature Gage
This gage shows the engine coolant temperature. If the gage pointer moves into the red area, it means that your engine coolant has overheated. If you have been operating your vehicle under normal driving conditions, you should pull off the road, stop your vehicle and turn off the engine as soon as possible. See Engine Overheating in the Index for more information.
Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Service Engine Soon Light in the United States or Check Engine Light in Canada)
This system is called OBD II (On-Board Diagnostics-Second Generation) and is intended to assure that emissions are at acceptable levels for the life of the vehicle, helping to produce a cleaner environment. The SERVICE ENGINE SOON or CHECK ENGINE light comes on to indicate that there is a problem and service is required. Malfunctions often will be indicated by the system before any problem is apparent. This may prevent more serious damage to your vehicle. This system is also designed to assist your service technician in correctly diagnosing any malfunction.
Your vehicle is equipped with a computer which monitors operation of the fuel, ignition and emission control systems.
If you keep driving your vehicle with this light on, after a while, your emission controls may not work as well, your fuel economy may not be as good and your engine may not run as smoothly. This could lead to costly repairs that may not be covered by your warranty.
Modifications made to the engine, transmission, exhaust, intake or fuel system of your vehicle or the replacement of the original tires with other than those of the same Tire Performance Criteria (TPC) can affect your vehicles emission controls and may cause the SERVICE ENGINE SOON or CHECK ENGINE light to come on. Modifications to these systems could lead to costly repairs not covered by your warranty. This may also result in a failure to pass a required Emission Inspection/Maintenance test.

Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Programs Some state/provincial and local governments have or may begin programs to inspect the emission control equipment on your vehicle. Failure to pass this inspection could prevent you from getting a vehicle registration. Here are some things you need to know in order to help your vehicle pass an inspection: Your vehicle will not pass this inspection if the SERVICE ENGINE SOON or CHECK ENGINE light is on or not working properly. Your vehicle will not pass this inspection if the OBD (on-board diagnostic) system determines that critical emission control systems have not been completely diagnosed by the system. The vehicle would be considered not ready for inspection. This can happen if you have recently replaced your battery or if your battery has run down. The diagnostic system is designed to evaluate critical emission control systems during normal driving. This may take several days of routine driving. If you have done this and your vehicle still does not pass the inspection for lack of OBD system readiness, see your dealer or qualified service center to prepare the vehicle for inspection.

Oil Pressure Gage

Dont keep driving if the oil pressure is low. If you do, your engine can become so hot that it catches fire. You or others could be burned. Check your oil as soon as possible and have your vehicle serviced.
Damage to your engine from neglected oil problems can be costly and is not covered by your warranty. Oil pressure may vary with engine speed, outside temperature and oil viscosity, but readings above the low pressure zone indicate the normal operating range. A reading in the low pressure zone may be caused by a dangerously low oil level or other problems causing low oil pressure.
The oil pressure gage shows the engine oil pressure in psi (pounds per square inch) when the engine is running. Canadian vehicles indicate pressure in kPa (kilopascals).

Change Engine Oil Light

Security Light
This light is displayed when the engine oil needs to be changed. Once the engine oil has been changed, the CHANGE ENG OIL light must be reset. Until it is reset, the light will be displayed when the engine is on. For more information on resetting the system, see Oil Life System in the Index.
If the light flashes, the PasslockR system has entered a tamper mode. If the vehicle fails to start, see Passlock in the Index. If the light comes on continuously while driving and stays on, there may be a problem with the Passlock system. Your vehicle will not be protected by Passlock, and you should see your dealer. Also, see Content Theft-Deterrent in the Index for additional information regarding the SECURITY light.
This light will come on briefly when you turn the key toward START. The light will stay on until the engine starts.

Cruise Control Light

Reduced Engine Power
The CRUISE light comes on whenever you set your cruise control. See Cruise Control in the Index.

Select Button

The select button is used to reset certain functions and turn off or acknowledge messages on the DIC display. The select button also toggles through the options available in each personalization menu. For example, this button will reset the trip odometers, turn off the FUEL LEVEL LOW message, and toggle through the languages you can select the DIC to display information in.
Arabic, Portuguese, Japanese and Italian will only be available as choices if they are enabled in the vehicle. Choosing any of the above languages will display all of the information on the DIC in the desired language.
DIC Warnings and Messages
Warning messages are displayed on the DIC to notify the driver that the status of the vehicle has changed and that some action may be needed by the driver to correct the condition. More than one message may appear at one time, they will appear one behind the other. Some messages may not require immediate action but you should press the select button to acknowledge that you received the message and clear it from the display. Some messages cannot be cleared from the display because they are more urgent. These message required action before they can be removed from the DIC display. The following are the possible messages that can be displayed and some information about them. ENGINE COOLANT HOT/IDLE ENGINE If the cooling system temperature gets hot this message will appear in the DIC and you will hear a chime. Stop the vehicle and let the engine idle in PARK (P) to allow the coolant to reach a safe temperature. This message will clear when the coolant temperature drops to a safe operating temperature.
ENGINE OVERHEATED/STOP ENGINE (If Equipped) If the engine cooling system reaches unsafe temperatures for operation, this message will appear in the DIC and you will hear a chime. Stop and turn off the vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so to avoid severe damage. This message will clear when the engine has cooled to a safe operating temperature. OIL PRESSURE LOW/STOP ENGINE If low oil pressure levels occur this message will be displayed on the DIC. Stop the vehicle as soon as safely possible and do not operate it until the cause of the low oil pressure has been corrected. Check your oil as soon as possible and have your vehicle serviced. BATTERY NOT CHARGING If the battery is not charging during operation this message will appear on the DIC. Driving with this problem could drain your battery. Have the electrical system checked as soon as possible. Pressing the select button will acknowledge this message and clear it from the DIC display.
SERVICE AIR BAG If there is a problem with the air bag system this message will be displayed on the DIC. Have a qualified technician inspect the system for problems. Pressing the select button will acknowledge this message and clear it from the DIC display. SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM If a problem occurs with the brake system this message will appear on the DIC. If this message appears, stop as soon as possible and turn off the vehicle. Restart the vehicle and check for the message on the DIC display. If the message is still displayed, or appears again when you begin driving, the brake system needs service. TURN SIGNAL ON If a turn signal is left on for 3/4 of a mile (1.2 km) this message will appear on the display and you will hear a chime. Move the turn signal/multifunction lever to the off position. Pressing the select button will acknowledge this message and clear it from the DIC display.

Radiator Pressure Cap NOTICE:
Your radiator cap is a 15 psi (105 kPa) pressure-type cap and must be tightly installed to prevent coolant loss and possible engine damage from overheating. See Engine Compartment Overview in the Index for information on location.

Power Steering Fluid

The power steering fluid reservoir is located in the engine compartment on the passengers side of the vehicle.
How to Check Power Steering Fluid
Turn the key off, let the engine compartment cool down, wipe the cap and the top of the reservoir clean, then unscrew the cap and wipe the dipstick with a clean rag. Replace the cap and completely tighten it. Then remove the cap again and look at the fluid level on the dipstick. The level should be at the C (cold) mark. If necessary, add only enough fluid to bring the level up to the mark.
To determine what kind of fluid to use, see Recommended Fluids and Lubricants in the Index. Always use the proper fluid. Failure to use the proper fluid can cause leaks and damage hoses and seals.
When to Check Power Steering Fluid
It is not necessary to regularly check power steering fluid unless you suspect there is a leak in the system or you hear an unusual noise. A fluid loss in this system could indicate a problem. Have the system inspected and repaired. See Engine Compartment Overview in the Index for reservoir location.
When you need windshield washer fluid, be sure to read the manufacturers instructions before use. If you will be operating your vehicle in an area where the temperature may fall below freezing, use a fluid that has sufficient protection against freezing. See Engine Compartment Overview in the Index for reservoir location.
D When using concentrated washer fluid, D
follow the manufacturers instructions for adding water. Dont mix water with ready-to-use washer fluid. Water can cause the solution to freeze and damage your washer fluid tank and other parts of the washer system. Also, water doesnt clean as well as washer fluid. Fill your washer fluid tank only three-quarters full when its very cold. This allows for expansion if freezing occurs, which could damage the tank if it is completely full. Dont use engine coolant (antifreeze) in your windshield washer. It can damage your washer system and paint.

Windshield wiper blades should be inspected at least twice a year for wear or cracking. See Windshield Wiper Blade Check in the Index for more information. See Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts in the Index for the proper type of replacement blade.
Use care when removing or installing a blade assembly. Accidental bumping can cause the arm to fall back and strike the windshield. 1. To remove the old wiper blades, lift the wiper arm until it locks into a vertical position.
A. Blade Assembly B. Arm Assembly C. Locking Tab
D. Blade Pivot E. Hook Slot F. Arm Hook
2. Press down on the blade assembly pivot locking tab. Pull down on the blade assembly to release it from the wiper arm hook.
3. Remove the insert from the blade assembly. The insert has two notches at one end that are locked by the bottom claws of the blade assembly. At the notched end, pull the insert from the blade assembly.
5. Be sure that the notches are locked by the bottom claws. Make sure that all other claws are properly locked on both sides of the insert slots.
4. To install the new wiper insert, slide the insert (D), notched end last, into the end with two blade claws (A). Slide the insert all the way through the blade claws at the opposite end (B). The plastic caps (C) will be forced off as the insert is fully inserted.
A. Claw in Notch B. Correct Installation C. Incorrect Installation
6. Put the blade assembly pivot in the wiper arm hook. Pull up until the pivot locking tab locks in the hook slot. 7. Carefully lower the wiper arm and blade assembly onto the windshield.
Poorly maintained and improperly used tires are dangerous. D Overloading your tires can cause overheating as a result of too much friction. You could have an air-out and a serious accident. See Loading Your Vehicle in the Index. D Underinflated tires pose the same danger as overloaded tires. The resulting accident could cause serious injury. Check all tires frequently to maintain the recommended pressure. Tire pressure should be checked when your tires are cold. D Overinflated tires are more likely to be cut, punctured or broken by a sudden impact -- such as when you hit a pothole. Keep tires at the recommended pressure. D Worn, old tires can cause accidents. If your tread is badly worn, or if your tires have been damaged, replace them.

Backglass Wiper Blade Replacement
See Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement in this section for instructions on how to change the backglass wiper blade. The backglass wiper blade will not lock in a vertical position like the windshield wiper blade, so care should be used when pulling it away from the vehicle.
Your new vehicle comes with high-quality tires made by a leading tire manufacturer. If you ever have questions about your tire warranty and where to obtain service, see your GMC Warranty booklet for details.
Inflation -- Tire Pressure
The Certification/Tire label, which is on the drivers door edge, above the door latch, shows the correct inflation pressures for your tires when theyre cold. Cold means your vehicle has been sitting for at least three hours or driven no more than 1 mile (1.6 km).
NOTICE: (Continued) If your tires have too much air (overinflation), you can get the following: D Unusual wear D Bad handling D Rough ride D Needless damage from road hazards When to Check Check your tires once a month or more. Also, check the tire pressure of the spare tire. How to Check Use a good quality pocket-type gage to check tire pressure. You cant tell if your tires are properly inflated simply by looking at them. Radial tires may look properly inflated even when theyre underinflated. Be sure to put the valve caps back on the valve stems. They help prevent leaks by keeping out dirt and moisture.
Dont let anyone tell you that underinflation or overinflation is all right. Its not. If your tires dont have enough air (underinflation), you can get the following: D Too much flexing D Too much heat D Tire overloading D Bad wear D Bad handling D Bad fuel economy NOTICE: (Continued)
Tire Inspection and Rotation
Tires should be rotated every 6,000 to 8,000 miles (to km). Any time you notice unusual wear, rotate your tires as soon as possible and check wheel alignment. Also check for damaged tires or wheels. See When Its Time for New Tires and Wheel Replacement later in this section for more information. Make sure the spare tire is stored securely. Push, pull, and then try to rotate or turn the tire. If it moves, use the wheel wrench to tighten the cable. See Storing a Flat or Spare Tire and Tools in the Index. The purpose of regular rotation is to achieve more uniform wear for all tires on the vehicle. The first rotation is the most important. See Scheduled Maintenance Services in the Index for scheduled rotation intervals.

Cleaning the Inside of Your Vehicle
Use a vacuum cleaner often to get rid of dust and loose dirt. Wipe vinyl, leather, plastic and painted surfaces with a clean, damp cloth.
Cleaning of Fabric/Carpet
Your dealer has cleaners for the cleaning of fabric and carpet. They will clean normal spots and stains very well. You can get GM-approved cleaning products from your dealer. See Appearance Care and Materials in the Index. Here are some cleaning tips:
D Always read the instructions on the cleaner label. D Clean up stains as soon as you can -- before they set.
Special Fabric Cleaning Problems
Stains caused by such things as catsup, coffee (black), egg, fruit, fruit juice, milk, soft drinks, vomit, urine and blood can be removed as follows: 1. Carefully scrape off excess stain, then sponge the soiled area with cool water. 2. If a stain remains, follow the cleaner instructions described earlier. 3. If an odor lingers after cleaning vomit or urine, treat the area with a water/baking soda solution: 1 teaspoon (5 ml) of baking soda to 1 cup (250 ml) of lukewarm water. 4. Let dry. Stains caused by candy, ice cream, mayonnaise, chili sauce and unknown stains can be removed as follows: 1. Carefully scrape off excess stain. 2. First, clean with cool water and allow to dry completely. 3. If a stain remains, follow the cleaner instructions described earlier.

Cleaning Vinyl

Use warm water and a clean cloth.
D Rub with a clean, damp cloth to remove dirt.
You may have to do it more than once.
D Things like tar, asphalt and shoe polish will stain
if you dont get them off quickly. Use a clean cloth and a vinyl/leather cleaner. See your dealer for this product.

Cleaning Leather

Use a soft cloth with lukewarm water and a mild soap or saddle soap and wipe dry with a soft cloth. Then, let the leather dry naturally. Do not use heat to dry.
D For stubborn stains, use a leather cleaner. See your

dealer for this product.

Performing maintenance work on a vehicle can be dangerous. In trying to do some jobs, you can be seriously injured. Do your own maintenance work only if you have the required know-how and the proper tools and equipment for the job. If you have any doubt, have a qualified technician do the work. If you want to get the service information, see Service and Owner Publications in the Index.
Part A: Scheduled Maintenance Services
Using Your Maintenance Schedule
We at General Motors want to help you keep your vehicle in good working condition. But we dont know exactly how youll drive it. You may drive very short distances only a few times a week. Or you may drive long distances all the time in very hot, dusty weather. You may use your vehicle in making deliveries. Or you may drive it to work, to do errands or in many other ways. Because of all the different ways people use their vehicles, maintenance needs vary. You may need more frequent checks and replacements. So please read the following and note how you drive. If you have any questions on how to keep your vehicle in good condition, see your dealer. This part tells you the maintenance services you should have done and when you should schedule them. If you go to your dealer for your service needs, youll know that GM-trained and supported service people will perform the work using genuine GM parts.
The proper fluids and lubricants to use are listed in Part D. Make sure whoever services your vehicle uses these. All parts should be replaced and all necessary repairs done before you or anyone else drives the vehicle. This schedule is for vehicles that:
D carry passengers and cargo within recommended
limits. You will find these limits on your vehicles Certification/Tire label. See Loading Your Vehicle in the Index. driving limits.
D are driven on reasonable road surfaces within legal D are driven off-road in the recommended manner. See Off-Road Driving With Your Four-Wheel-Drive

Vehicle in the Index.

D use the recommended fuel. See Fuel in the Index.

Scheduled Maintenance

The services shown in this schedule up to 100,000 miles (km) should be performed after 100,000 miles (km) at the same intervals. The services shown at 150,000 miles (km) should be performed at the same interval after 150,000 miles (km). See Owner Checks and Services and Periodic Maintenance Inspections following.

Footnotes

[ The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency or the
California Air Resources Board has determined that the failure to perform this maintenance item will not nullify the emission warranty or limit recall liability prior to the completion of the vehicles useful life. We, however, urge that all recommended maintenance services be performed at the indicated intervals and the maintenance be recorded. + A good time to check your brakes is during tire rotation. See Brake System Inspection under Periodic Maintenance Inspections in Part C of this schedule.

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GMC Envoy (2002-2009) Oldsmobile Bravada (2003) Isuzu Ascender (2003-2007) PART NUMBER: CV-77-02
PLEASE READ COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE INSTALLING THIS Pro.Fit VSM. All instructions assume a drivers seat vantage point. Caution is advised when removing and reassembling wood or plastic parts of a dash. Applying unnecessary force or pressure may cause a piece to crack or break.
Pro.Fit logo and part number will be right side up and readable when installed. TOOLS REQUIRED: #2 Phillips screwdriver, T15 Torx driver, hook tools, 5/64 drill bit and drill, 7mm nut driver. PARTS INCLUDED: Pro.Fit VSM, instructions, three (3) #8 x 3/8 screws. LOCATION: Right of climate control.
STEP 1. Remove the gear shift knob and boot. Loosen the T-15 Torx screw located directly below the shift release button. The boot is held in place with four (4) retainer clips, one in each corner. Insert a hook tool under the lower left corner of the boot and gently pull upward, releasing the clip. Work the hook tool around the boot until all the clips are released. Lift the shifter handle and boot off the shifter lever and set aside. Open the center console armrest and find the two (2) Phillips screws near the front of it. Locate and remove the two (2) rubber pads from inside the console, exposing four (4) screws. Remove all six (6) Phillips screws from inside the console box. Lift the armrest box out of its cavity and set aside. Take the rubber liner out of the front cup holder and remove the 7mm bolt from the bottom of the cup holder. Remove the two (2) 7mm bolts located in the back of the center console cavity. (See photo #1). Lift the center console partially off to reveal a wiring harness that must be disconnected before the console can be removed. (See photo #1). The instructions for disconnecting the harness are clearly marked on the connector. Disconnect the wiring harness, lift the center console off and set aside. STEP 2. Below the cigarette lighter is a small carpeted panel that wraps around under the dash. (See photo #2). Remove two (2) #2 Phillips screws from each side of the carpeted panel. Lift the panel out and set aside. Remove the two (2) Phillips screws located directly below the cigarette lighter. Remove the trim bezel that surrounds the radio and climate control. Insert a hook tool under the upper left corner of the bezel and pull out, releasing a clip. Work the hook tool around the bezel until all the clips are released. (See photo #3). Disconnect the wiring harness connected to the bezel. Set bezel aside. Remove the two (2) 7mm bolts from both sides of the climate control. (See photo #3). Grasp the climate control with your hands and pull towards yourself to release four (4) retainer clips, one in each corner. (See photo #3). Pull the climate control out and move it off to the left side. STEP 3. Place the Pro.Fit VSM against the dash pad to the right of the climate control. (See photo #4). Using the VSM as a guide, mark the location of the three (3) mounting holes. Set the VSM aside. Using a 5/64 drill bit and drill, drill three (3) pilot holes, approximately 3/8 deep at the marked locations. Position the VSM over the pilot holes, insert three (3) # 8 x 3/8 screws and tighten. Reassemble the dash and center console in reverse order remembering to reconnect all wiring. This completes the installation of your Pro.Fit VSM.

7mm Screws

2 Phillips Screws

Harness connector

Passenger Side

Bezel Clips

Climate Clips 7mm bolts Climate Clips
Pro.Fit International, Inc. may not be held liable for any damage to a vehicle before, during or after the installation or removal of this Pro.Fit VSM. Pro.Fit may not be held liable for any personal injury resulting from accident or improper installation. Pro.Fit International, Inc. 1335 Eagandale Court, Eagan, MN 55121, Ph: 651-688-3588 or 800-388-0073 Fx: 651-688-9876
Pro.Fit International, Eagan, MN 2006
VIEW INSTRUCTIONS & UPDATES ONLINE @ WWW.PRO-FIT-INTL.COM

 

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