by Steve on Dec 22, 2008 Vehicle: 1993 GMC Jimmy SLT 4dr SUV 4WD
This has been the most fun vehicle I have owned. Very well designed and built. I really liked the full frame under it, which makes it very strong. The only problems I have had was I needed to replace the MPFI unit. It should have been under warranty, but the dealer refused to replace it. I have also had to replace the fuel pump relay twice. Being an SLT model, it has all the "bells and whistles" like leather interior, CD player, electronic 4 wheel drive, keyless remote, power mirrors and seats with lumbar support, etc. I would not hesitate to buy another if I needed one but mine is still running great.
by Wes on Sep 2, 2005 Vehicle: 1993 GMC Jimmy SLT 4dr SUV 4WD
This little truck is so much fun I only wish it didn't cost so much to maintain it, as it gets older the 165k miles start to take their toll. But it's still a great truck, that vortec v6 really packs a punch. The ride quality is bouncy, unrully, heavy, loosey-goosey, and a blast! Sadly the electrical problems, oil leaks, various other leaks, suspension problems, and generaly just wearing out are forcing me to replace it. If i had the money or was a master mechanic, I would keep it just for fun.
Two-door model available in SLT trim. Four-door models get monochromatic paint scheme in SLS trim. V6 engines get internal balance shaft designed to reduce vibration. Automatic transmission receives electronic shift controls and second-gear start feature. Manual lumbar adjusters become standard on front seats.
Our 1993 GMC Jimmy started building up carbon in the EGR Valve. We Seafoamed it, but that didn't seem to help. We later put a new gasket on the EGR that has a screen on it. That has seemed to fix the ...
is the case foremost 1993-2012 gmc trucks from jimmy's, Tahoes ,Suburbans, and Yukons. Alot of times these things don't always show up on a diagnostic test. There are ways to test and find out . Loo...