How to Replace a Windshield Wiper Motor and Transmission Linkage Assembly

This set of repair instructions apply to-

2005-2009 Pontiac G6
2008-2012 Chevy Malibu
2007-2009 Saturn Aura

Often referred to a Wiper System Module, this is made up of  a wiper motor and the mechanical linkage that actuates the wiper blades.  After several years of use or from excessive
conditions like snow, this linkage can break and cause the wiper blades to move sporadically or not at all.

Windshield Wiper Motor (Part #: 22711011) & Transmission Linkage Assembly (Part #: 22711010)

1.) Ensure that the wipers are set to the ‘PARK’ position

2.) Open hood
3.) Remove wiper arm nut finish cap
4.) Remove the wiper arm nut
5.) To remove the wiper arm requires a special tool.
** Removing the wiper arm without a removal tool. Fold wiper arm to the service position (facing upward) gentle rock the arm on pivot shaft to remove

6.) Remove the air inlet grille panel and hood seal. Fasteners are most often push-pin style.  But, some models do use small trim bolts.
7.) Remove the bolts attaching the wiper module to the plenum

8.) Carefully lift the wiper module out of the plenum
9.) Disconnect the electrical connector from the wiper motor and the clip retaining the electrical harness to the wiper motor
10.) Remove the wiper module assembly from the vehicle

Reverse removal procedure for installation.
*When installing the wiper arms, align the wiper arm onto the wiper module pivot shaft with wiper blade to the wiper dots/stops on the windshield.
When job is complete inspect for proper operation.

Torque Specs
Wiper Arm Nuts 25 lb ft
Wiper Module Bolts 89 lb in

Does your ECOTEC engine have an oil leak?

Vehicles with the Ecotec 2.0L, 2.2L or 2.4L engine, may have a undersized oil drain plug thread insert that was installed incorrectly or has moved during the re-installation of drain plug well doing an oil change.  Once the insert has moved, the threads have a much higher chance of stripping. Stripped drain plug threads can cause the drain plug to loosen or not tighten, resulting in an oil leak.

Another common occurrence of an oil leak comes from the vehicle bottoming out,  hitting the oil pan and causing a crack.  This condition is most common in the Chevy HHR.

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Oil Pan Replacement

1.) Remove the oil level indicator and tube.
2.) Raise and support the vehicle.
3.) Place a drain pan under the oil pan drain plug.
4.) Remove the oil pan drain plug.
5.) Drain oil.
6.) Re-install the oil pan drain plug.
7.) Remove the engine drive belt.
8.) Remove the lower air conditioning (A/C) compressor bolt.
9.) If the vehicle is equipped with a manual transaxle, remove the 2 lower transaxle bolts.
10.) If the vehicle is equipped with a automatic transaxle, remove the 4 lower transaxle bolts.
11.)  Remove the oil pan bolts.
12.) Remove the oil pan.
13.)  Clean all gasket sealing surfaces and ensure that the oil pan and the sealing surface on the lower crankcase are free of all oil and debris.
14.) Apply a 2 mm bead of sealant (1) around the perimeter of the oil pan and the oil suction port opening. DO NOT over apply the sealant. More than a 2 mm bead is not required.
15.) Install the oil pan, tighten oil pan bolts in sequence shown
16.) Reverse removal procedure to install

Tighten the oil pan bolts in the sequence shown,  Tighten the bolts to 25 N.m (18 lb ft).
*If the vehicle is equipped with a automatic transaxle,  the 4 lower transaxle bolts. Tighten the bolts to 75 N.m (55 lb ft).
*If the vehicle is equipped with a manual transaxle, remove the 2 lower transaxle bolts. Tighten the bolts to 75 N.m (55 lb ft)
*Install the lower A/C compressor bolt. Tighten the bolt to 20 N.m (15 lb ft).

Chevy 4.8L, 5.3L or 6.0L Intake Manifold Assembly, Replaces GM OEM # 17113697

1999-2002 GM Full-Size Vehicles with the  4.8L, 5.3L or 6.0L  engines with the EGR Tube option.

GM OEM Intake Manifold part number 17113697


This part fits 85 GM vehicles with various  options, below is a overview of  the intake manifolds fitment.
Here is a link to specific Year/Make/Model with 8th digit Vin check.

GM has two designs of  fuel systems, returned or return-less.  The difference is in the fuel pressure regulator, either mounted on the fuel rail or on top of the fuel pump.

The most common fuel system is the returned style. If installing this intake manifold on a return-less system, there is no modification of the vacuum routing necessary.

Adding the vacuum source for the fuel pressure regulator can be done two ways.
You could add a tee fitting into the PCV hose.  Or on most models, there is a  un-used vacuum port on the passenger side of the intake. is now offering the GM Intake Manifold 17113697  that has been modified to work with vehicles that have an EGR tube feature

Installing a Fuel Pump with a New Harness Connector on a 1999-2003 Chevrolet or GMC Truck?

On many GM applications, the wiring harness that connects to the fuel pump assembly is not properly inspected as part of fuel system repair.  This harness is prone to failure, leading to misdiagnosis and vehicle come-backs. Connector housing cracks, pin and contact looseness, and wire crimp issues can cause symptoms that simulate an issue with the fuel pump. It is recommended that the wiring connector be replaced with the pump to avoid unnecessary problems.

* Tech Note- When replacing the fuel pump harness connector be sure to remove as much of the old wiring as possible. For example, if the connector had a poor connection this would create a resistance problem resulting in heat. This excessive heat melts the wiring insulation allowing moisture to enter and corrode the wiring, resulting in future problems.

ACDelco MU1613/19104406 Fuel Pump Module & Sender Assembly/Sending Unit
Replaces These Part #’s: 19153711, P74835M, 25345026, 19121626, MU1516, MU1089, 25162874

How to identifying the Fuel pump wiring harness connector on 1999-2003 Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra Trucks. First look at the new pig-tail connector, you can separate these 4 wires into two circuits by the gauge (diameter or thickness) of the wire, two wires will be bigger gauge  than the other two.  The thicker gauge wires are for the pump to handle the higher voltage drawl.  The smaller gauge wires are for the level sensor, a low voltage circuit.

Wiring color does vary from model to model, but with noting the wire diameter this is easy to work through.  Working with the larger two diameter wires first, the black wire (Pump Ground) will match to another large diameter black wire. The 12 volt pump feed wire will be most-likely gray but, is not unusual to see a white wire here (Just be sure of the gauge diameter).

Now working with the two smaller gauge wires for the fuel level sensor. The level sensor signal wire is purple and sometimes with a white tracer stripe, this will match up with the connector purple wire. For the level sensor reference wire, the orange/black wire (on the supplied connector) this will connect to the smaller black wire on the vehicle harness. *NOTE- On very early models this small black ground wire may not there, no problem,  just connect this wire to the other ground (the large diameter black wire).

Blower motor not working on all fan speeds? How to replace the blower motor resistor on a Chevrolet Silverado

Losing fan speed settings, is the most common complaint of a bad blower resistor.
On this 2001 Chevrolet Silverado  the customer has lost fan speeds 1 and 2.

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On the 1999-2007 General Motor Truck Series the blower resistor is located near the blower motor, under the glove box.  To gain access to the blower resistor you have to remove a cover box, held on by two 7mm bolts.

On this vehicle the customer has a aftermarket floor mat making it difficult to remove cover, so we will work around it. Normally this cover would be removed.  The blower resistor is mounted by two 5.5mm bolts, with two wiring connectors.

One is a 2-wire pigtail coming off the resistor going to the blower motor. This one is hard to reach, use a small screw driver to release the connector tab.  The other is a 7-wire connector from the A/C control head. This connector should be inspected for damage, it is very common to find a melted connection here that would require the pigtail connector to be replaced also.

To install, first connect the wiring.  But, before completing the reassembly, test the system for correct fan speed operation.

*Tech Tip- If your finding yourself replacing the blower resistor for the second time, most-likely the blower motor is a fault. As the blower motor wears, it is very common for the motor to demand more amperage.  This demand of more amps often is too much for the resistor, causing the resistor to fail prematurely. Check for the Blower Motor for Your Vehicle.

Tuning an Engine by the Spark Plug. The Basics of Reading a Spark Plug.

When tuning a performance engine the spark plug is a important tuning tool.  Being that there are many
different tuning techniques, I will keep this article about the basics of spark plug reading on a
Quarter-Mile Drag Strip (or wide-open-throttle tuning).

When tuning by the spark plug, you must always use a NEW plug to get an accurate reading.  To get a
clean plug reading the engine should be shut down after the run and towed back to the pits. Any running
of the engine after that will skew the plug reading.

When tuning by the spark plug, you must always remember there are two major variables at
play (air fuel ratio and ignition timing). To make it easier to determine your on the right track when
tuning, make small incremental changes and only 1 or 2 changes at a time.   Engine tuning is a learned
skill or art, with many different outcomes of getting a good plug reading. These tips are to identifying
a safe engine tune, horsepower or torque numbers may not be peak.  For example, if I was looking
a spark plug showing to much heat. I could pull some timing out or add more fuel, both changes
would result in less heat. As I have already stated, air fuel ratios and ignition timing play a huge
part in the outcome of a good engine tune.

The following tips are just a base line of what to inspect on the spark plug. When reading a spark
plug there are four different places to look.  The first place I inspect is the plug strap, this is
the ignition timing. The strap will show a color change in two spots on the 90 degree bend.   The first
mark shows the base timing and the second indicates total timing.   IF THE SECOND MARK IS
An ideal ‘Safe’ Timing range is when the total timing discoloring is located just passed the bend.

Next I’ll inspect the threaded area for the heat range. The threads will show dull burnt looking
color change, 2-3 threads is ideal. To increase the number of burnt threads, increase the heat range
of the plug. If you have 4-5-6 threads burnt you need to get a colder plug.


Inspecting for Air/Fuel can be found in two spots, one spot known as the Fuel Ring. On the Fuel Ring,
your look for a complete ‘Full Turn’ of discoloring. Ideally this should be lightly colored soot. As the
Fuel Ring colored soot darkens, this indicates a richer Air/Fuel ratio. If your tuning the engine for
maximum horsepower, the ring should be very light and not make a full circle around the ring. BUT,

The second place to inspect for the air/fuel ratio is the the porcelain.  Excessive fuel leaves light
to dark color rings on the porcelain. Ideal conditions show the porcelain as new to shinny
white. But, beware of a grayish specials as it is most-likely piston material.

NGK V-Power Racing Spart Plug Kits for Racers has put together Racer Kits of 48 count NGK Spark Plugs

R5671A-7 (Stock #4091)
R5671A-8 (Stock # 4554)
R5671A-9 (Stock # 5238)
R5671A-10 (Stock # 5820)
R5671A-11 (Stock # 6596)

*TIP for selecting a Heat Range using  NGK Spark Plugs,  #11 is the coldest and #7 will be the hottest.

Common Spark Plug Readings and Common Causes



ABS or Traction Control Warning Light On? Bad Wheel Speed Sensor (WSS)? Your problem could be the wiring harness.

ABS or Traction Control warning light on? Bad Wheel Speed Sensor (WSS)? In most cases the OEM harnesses are exposed to the elements and over time can rub against parts of the under carriage causing the wiring inside to fray or in some cases completely break. Other than a visual inspection of the wiring harness, a voltmeter in the ‘ohms’ setting would verify the integrity of the wire.

The following procedures verify good continuity in a circuit with a Digital Multi-Meter (DMM).
1. Set the function to the OHM (Ω) position.
2. Disconnect the harness connector of the suspect circuit.
3. Checking the circuit side going to the wheel speed sensor. This connector will have two pins, connect the DMM leads to these two pins.
4. If the DMM displays low resistance (most ABS sensors measure 1.28-1.92 K ohms) the circuit is good, and more diagnostic tests need to be done.

How does the ABS sensor or Wheel Speed Sensor work? As the wheel spins, the wheel speed sensor produces a AC signal. The EBCM (Electronic Brake Control Module) uses this AC signal to calculate wheel speed. Other points of interest for a faulty ABS sensor circuit would be to inspect the tone ring and plug connections.

TechSmart™ ABS Harness Repair Kit may be the best solution for a faulty harness.

2001-2005 Buick Century Sedan / Coupe
2005-2009 Buick Lacrosse
2002-2007 Buick Rendezvous
2006 Buick Terraza
2007 Cadillac CTS
2000-2005 Cadillac Deville
2004-2008 Cadillac SRX
2005-2009 Cadillac STS
2007 Cadillac XLR
2000-2005,2007-2009,2010 Chevrolet Impala
2000-2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
2004-2005 Chevrolet Venture
2006-2009 Chevrolet Light Truck Uplander
2007 Hummer H2
2004 Oldsmobile Silhouette
2001-2005 Pontiac Aztek
2004-2009 Pontiac Montana
2007 Saturn Relay

2001-2004 Buick Century Sedan / Coupe,
2005 Chevrolet Corvette,
2000-2006 Chevrolet Impala,
2000-2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo,
2000-2002 Oldsmobile Intrigue,
2000-2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

Dual Temperature Control, Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) or also called Electronic Climate Control not working correctly. Mode selection not working or the lose of the ability to switch airflow, which defaults to the defrost setting.

Today’s Vehicle Electronics are becoming very High-tech with the addition of many new creature comforts. One such feature is Dual Temperature Control, Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) or also called Electronic Climate Control. This feature allows the ability of adjusting different temperatures and fan speeds for the driver and passengers. Another word associated with temperature controls is  HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) which refers to technology of indoor or automotive environmental comfort. Most common failure complaints with ATC systems is the mode selection fails or loses it’s ability to switch airflow which defaults to the defrost setting. This system is very complex, with a specified procedure to determine the particular conditions present. This should be diagnosed by a Certified Automotive Technician and requires the use of a scan tool to check for set DTC’s which may affect HVAC operations when present.

Dorman Products now offers a line of remanufatured Climate Control Modules. Dorman has recognized a few failures and improved these problems of the climate control modules.
With all modules one failure that was redesigned is in the mode selection, which results in the lose of ability to switch airflow and defaults to the defrost setting.
On models 599-030, 599-001 and 599-003 the lamp failures have be addressed.
Model 599-030 a revise to the back-lighting has been done along with a update to the deterioration of o-rings. These Remanufactured climate control modules are fully tested, and are plug and play ready for easy installation with No Programming Required.


General Motors 2005-2007
Manual Dual Temperature Control
Avalanche 1500/2500, Escalade, Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon, Silverado/Sierra 1500/2500HD/3500

599-001– w/Rear Defrost OEM Direct Cross #’s 10370034, 15832315, 21997353

599-003– w/o Rear Defrost OEM Direct Cross #’s 10370033, 15832313, 21997351

General Motors 2005-2006
Auto Dual Temperature Control
Avalanche, Escalade, Sierra,
Silverado 2007-05, Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon

599-013 OEM Direct Cross #’s 10367041, 15133519, 15192450, 15214766, 15832314, 15832316, 15855848, 21997426, 21997427

General Motors 2003-2004
Auto Dual Temperature Control
Avalanche, Escalade, Sierra, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, Yukon,

599-009 OEM Direct Cross #’s 10367042, 15105215, 15107730, 15137655, 15185639, 15195564, 15201969, 15222482, 15763065, 15832318, 15855849

Ford 2003-2010
Auto Temperature Control
Crown Victoria, Grand Marquis, Marauder

599-030 OEM Direct Cross # 3W7Z19980AA

Is your GM Truck with the 4.8L, 5.3L or 6.0L engine experiencing a rough idle? Or is your check engine light on, with codes PO300, PO171, PO174 and PO332?

These two conditions seem to be very common, and requires similar repair procedures (removal of the intake manifold). Gm has recognized these problems and has issued a parts revision and TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) to repair these symptoms.

First we will talk about a rough idle. Most vehicle owners complain about a rough idle or a misfire when the engine is cold, and as the engine warms up the problem goes away??? But, leaving your check engine light on, with codes PO300, PO171 and PO174. PO300 is a misfire code that is usually fixed by new ignition parts like spark plugs and wires. But, when accompanied by PO171 and PO174, this indicates a Fuel Trim problem. The engine may be running to lean, due to a intake vacuum leak. When your vehicles engine is cold, the PCM (power control module) is running in ‘closed loop’ a predetermined run program. As the engine reaches normal operating temperature the PCM switches to ‘open loop’ using the engine control sensors to read the data from the engine to refine the running condition. One of these sensors is a oxygen sensor, this monitors the air/fuel ratios in the exhaust to calculate the amount of fuel to deliver to the engine. With a vacuum leak the the computer controls can not calculate for the extra air in the engine, making a lean condition. The oxygen sensor sees the lean condition and the PCM increases the amount of fuel to the engine to compensate. This is called fuel trim, as the fuel trim enrichment reaches 25% or more adjustment the PCM sets a code for the problem.

GM has recognized two part problems with sealing of the plastic intake manifold, the intake gaskets and bolts. The original red/orange gasket has be revised to a teal green colored gasket were the material has been updated. The bolts are sleeved with a rubber crush washer and require a special torque sequence to insure a proper seal. The intake bolts should NEVER be reused!

GM has also issued a TSB (02-06-04-023A) for code PO332 (knock sensor), which may be heard as a mild to severe engine ping usually sounding worse on acceleration. This condition is a result of corrosion on the rear bank knock sensor due to water intrusion into the sensor cavity. This condition is more frequent on vehicles that the owner washes the engine compartment.

To correct the Knock sensor problem requires replacement of the rear knock sensor (their is also a front knock sensor,  we also recommend replacing) and building a dam (wall) around the sensor using RTV to divert water away from the sensor.

APDTY’s kit comes with Intake Gaskets, Foam Pads, Intake Bolts, RTV and Knock Sensor(s) and Optional  Wiring Harness

Tighten the intake manifold bolts in sequence, tighten on first pass to 44Lb in. On the final pass torque to 89Lb in.

What is a Electronic Throttle Body or commonly referred to as Throttle-By-Wire, Fly-By-Wire, Drive-By-Wire (DBW) or Throttle Actuator Control (TAC)?

Electronic Throttle Bodies? Where’s the throttle cable? As you may already know opening the hood in a modern car reveals systems alot different than that of years past. As engine life has been extended and engine controls have become more complex, longer-life and higher-reliability electronic components are required. These advances in electronic componets aid the Power Control Module (PCM) to stay within the programed perimeters for the best performance and emission regulations.  One of these components being the Electronic Throttle Control (ETC) system often referred to as throttle-by-wire, fly-by-wire, drive-by-wire (DBW) or throttle actuator control (TAC). Using a array of sensors the on-board computer system measures throttle demand, then sends out a signal (electronic command) to the electronic throttle body. This computer command is to operate a servo motor controlling the throttle plate/blade or butterfly.

What seems to be the failure of the Electronic Throttle Body is the plastic gear drive. A common problem of the throttle body bore has been a build up of gases from the EGR and PVC systems, combined with heat causes a formation of gummy residue. This gummy residue often restricts airflow causing poor or hunting idle and even stalling conditions. This residue can become so built up that it causes the throttle body plate/blade to stick, striping out the gear drive in the throttle body.

TechSmart™ has a complete line of New Electronic Throttle Bodies, offering a cost effective solution for repairing  failed electronic throttle bodies for many makes and models.

2010-2009 Ford Light Truck Expedition
2010-2009 Ford Light Truck F Series Fullsize Pickup
2010-2009 Lincoln Navigator

2007-2006 Cadillac CTS
2008-2006 Chevrolet Corvette
2009-2008 Pontiac G8
2006-2005 Pontiac GTO

2007-2006 Buick Rendezvous
2006-2005 Buick Terraza
2006-2005 Chevrolet Malibu / Malibu Maxx
2006-2005 Chevrolet Light Truck Equinox
2006-2005 Chevrolet Light Truck Uplander
2006-2005 Pontiac G6
2006-2005 Pontiac Montana
2006-2005 Saturn Relay

2008-2006 Buick LaCrosse
2006 Buick Rendezvous
2007-2006 Cadillac CTS
2006 Cadillac SRX
2007-2006 Cadillac STS

2006-2004 Cadillac SRX
2009-2006 Cadillac XLR
2006-2005 Pontiac Torrent

2004 Buick Rainier,
2006-2003 Cadillac Escalade,
2006-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2007-2004 Chevrolet Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Express
2006-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Blazer / Tahoe
2004-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Trailblazer
2004-2003 GMC Light Truck Envoy,
2006-2003 GMC Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2007-2004 GMC Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Savana
2006-2003 GMC Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Jimmy / Yukon
2007-2005 Hummer H2

2004-2003 Oldsmobile Bravada
2007 Chevrolet Light Truck Colorado
2007 GMC Light Truck Canyon
2007 Hummer H3
2007-2003 Buick Rainier
2007-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Trailblazer
2007-2003 GMC Light Truck Envoy
07-05 Pontiac Grand Prix
2007-2005 Saab 9-7
2007-2006 Chevrolet Impala

2007 Saturn Aura
2009 Saturn Vue
2009,2010 Buick Lucerne
2009,2010 Chevrolet Impala
2009-2006 Chevrolet Light Truck Uplander
2009-2006 Pontiac Montana
2009-2006,2010 Chevrolet Malibu / Malibu Maxx
2009-2006,2010 Pontiac G6
2009-2007 Chevrolet Light Truck Equinox
2009-2007 Pontiac Torrent

2001-1999 Cadillac Catera
2004-2003 Cadillac CTS

2002 Chevrolet Light Truck Trailblazer
2002 GMC Light Truck Envoy
2002 Oldsmobile Bravada

2008-2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
2008-2006 Buick Lucerne
2009-2005 Buick LaCrosse

2007 Chevrolet Light Truck Colorado
2007 GMC Light Truck Canyon
2007-2004 Saturn Ion
2007-2005 Chevrolet Cobalt

2006-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Blazer / Tahoe
2006-2003 GMC Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Jimmy / Yukon
2007-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2007-2003 GMC Light Truck Fullsize Pickup

2009-2008,2010 Chevrolet Light Truck HHR
2009-2008,2010 Chevrolet Malibu / Malibu Maxx
2010 Chevrolet Light Truck Equinox
2010 GMC Light Truck Terrain

2008-2007 Chevrolet Malibu / Malibu Maxx
2009-2007 Pontiac G5
2009-2007,2010 Chevrolet Cobalt
2009-2007,2010 Chevrolet Light Truck HHR

2009-2007 Saturn Outlook
2009-2007 Saturn Vue
2009-2007 Suzuki XL-7
2009-2007,2010 GMC Light Truck Acadia
2009-2008 Chevrolet Light Truck Equinox
2009-2008 Pontiac Torrent
2009-2008,2010 Buick Enclave
2010 Buick LaCrosse

2009-2007,2010 Cadillac SRX
2009-2008,2010 Cadillac CTS
2009-2008,2010 Cadillac STS
2010 Buick LaCrosse
2010 Chevrolet Camaro
2010 Chevrolet Light Truck Equinox
2010 GMC Light Truck Terrain

2009 Chevrolet Light Truck Avalanche
2009 Chevrolet Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Blazer / Tahoe
2009 GMC Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Savana
2009 GMC Light Truck Suburban / Fullsize Jimmy / Yukon
2009 Hummer H2
2009-2010 Cadillac Escalade
2009-2010 Chevrolet Corvette
2009-2010 Chevrolet Light Truck Colorado
2009-2010 Chevrolet Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2009-2010 Chevrolet Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Express
2009-2010 GMC Light Truck Canyon
2009-2010 GMC Light Truck Fullsize Pickup

2009-2010 Ford Crown Victoria
2009-2010 Ford Light Truck E Series Fullsize Van
2009-2010 Ford Mustang
2009-2010 Lincoln Town Car
2009-2010 Mercury Grand Marquis

2009-2010 Ford Light Truck E Series Fullsize Van
2009-2008 Ford Mustang

2008-2006 Ford Light Truck Explorer / Sport / Sport Trac
2008-2006 Mercury Mountaineer

2005-2004 Ford Light Truck Explorer / Sport / Sport Trac
2005-2004 Mercury Mountaineer

2006-2003 Chevrolet Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Express
2006-2003 GMC Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Savana

2007-2005 Ford Five Hundred,
2007-2005 Ford Light Truck Freestyle
2007-2005 Mercury Montego

2009-2006 Ford Fusion
2009-2006 Mercury Milan

2010 Ford Light Truck Transit Connect

2006 Lincoln Zephyr
2009-2006 Ford Fusion
2009-2006 Mercury Milan

2002-2001 Chevrolet Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2002-2001 Chevrolet Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Express
2002-2001 GMC Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2002-2001 GMC Light Truck G Series Fullsize Van / Savana
1999-1998 Chevrolet Light Truck P Series Van
1999-1998 GMCLight Truck P Series Van

2004-2000 Chevrolet Corvette
2005-2004 Cadillac CTS

2002 Cadillac Escalade
2002 Chevrolet Light Truck Avalanche
2002-2000 Chevrolet Light Truck Fullsize Pickup
2002-2000 GMC Light Truck Fullsize Pickup

2008-2005 Pontiac Vibe

2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

2002-1999 Chevrolet Camaro
2002-1999 Pontiac Firebird

2009-2005,2010 Ford Mustang

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