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  1. Electrical/Lighting/Security
    Hello all. Hope to get a little help ASAP please. Just put in an after market stereo. I used a stereo wiring harness with no pac. That left an open plug from the vehicle harness (nothing to put into it. I also ran a wire to the acc lead to the radio for power. Everything with stereo works...
  2. Controls
    INSTRUMENT PANEL & RELATED PARTS PART 3 Drivelines: 2WD; 4WD http://parts.nalleygmc.com/showAssembly.aspx?ukey_product=3136815&ukey_assembly=436574&ukey_make=1024&ukey_model=14498&ukey_driveline=0&ukey_trimlevel=25505&modelYear=2008
  3. Interior
    My truck is white with chrome bumpers and door handles. Should I paint my bezels white or black? I was thinking about doing the radio bezel, vents, and door handles. Maybe even the gauge bezel. Not sure. I have seen both white and black so I am not sure which to go with.
  4. How-To: Interior
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
  5. Interior
    Hey all, I wanted to get your input on some things. I have an 05 reg cab colorado with the work truck front end. As for the interior, here is what I have planned: 1. Bucket seats with console....Done! 2. New CD Player....................Done! 3. Replace Rubber floor matting with black carpet...
  6. How-To: Interior
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
  7. How-To: Interior
    Driver Side 1. Take out all dash bezels (side vents, gauge bezel, and center bezel) 2. Remove plastic panel below steering wheel. It is held on by two screws located under the hood release. Then, remove the e-brake release handle by pulling it out and using a flathead to get to the clip...
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