My truck runs ok after I replaced the
transmissions 4 times, rear
differential, radiator, brakes twice,
fuel pump, gas tank twice, shocks, the
water pump, and fixed the 4 wheel
drive. By the way I have only owned
it for 3 years!! Need I go on? Save
your money, and don't buy a GMC. I
have learned my lesson the hard way.
I've owned this truck for 3 years and love it. I rebuilt engine 10000 ago and runs good most of time. I haul 2200 pounds of brake rotors in the box once a month and hauls it like a dream. Pulled stock car for years before I bought and drove good
This was, and still is my first vehicle. 291,000. Replaced rear end, alt, fuel pump 2x, both fuel injectors, 2 electric ignition components, ig switch, & will either rebuild or replace trans for the second time. I bought it with the bed cap (leer). I can say if I have to give up my truck for any reason, I wont be happy. She's served me for 4 years and well over 100,000. Bought used. The paint on the roof is peeling, working on it isnt always fun, rather drive, but I wont trade it for the world. Handles well. Only got stuck once. Being a small guy, I can work in the engine compartment. Smoother & quieter ride than 01 trailblazer and 97 c15 5.0 silverado sb
I bought my GMC truck in 95 with 49,000 miles and now have 224,000 miles with original engine and trans. Replaced common things such as starter (ac delco), alternator, compressor (to 134), and general tune up's. It's been an incredible vehicle and would recommend buying one kept in good condition because it will last a lifetime if taken care of.
With over 200,000 miles on this truck
from new I think I'm qualified to tell
you this vehicle is one of the best
I've owned. Preventive maintenance
from new and all synthetic fluids in
all major components keep it running
like new. No problems EVER with the
4L60E transmission, the NP transfer
case (Shockproof Redline ATF used) and
the motor just keeps going.