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Rugged vehicles including your dependable, workhorse Chevrolet Avalanche were intended to cope well with all terrains in the city or on the road but need timely maintenance and quality parts to continue challenging those wild frontiers. Driving your car with improperly functioning safety equipment can be devastating should there be equipment failure. The most important part of a car's conception is the safety features. To get the best performance out of your car or truck, remember that good parts make for outstanding performance - PartsGeek.com carries those parts. We here at PartsGeek.com know what it's like to take pride in your car, and so we want to help you find the perfect parts. Driving a Chevrolet was a good choice, now keeping it in showroom condition is an even better idea! A Chevrolet is a terrific car or truck, and you should keep it humming with our online collection of outstanding vehicle parts from www.partsgeek.com.


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Chevrolet Avalanche

The 2007-13 Chevrolet Avalanche was the second generation version of General Motors' mission to cross a 4-door crew-cab pickup truck with a sport-utility vehicle. It was far cleaner-looking than the 2001-06 first generation version, which sparked off a light-duty crew-cab trend despite its shortcomings. Because the Avalanche is based on the Chevy Suburban, it shares that SUV's coil-spring rear suspension, which boasts a superior ride to Chevy pickups with more basic leaf springs. For 2007, the Avalanche was redesigned with all-new, sleeker sheet metal, more aerodynamic wraparound fronts and a new, more refined interior with more comfortable seats. And perhaps most importantly, a stronger chassis to improve both the ride and its handling.

The Avalanche has the capability of a full-size crew-cab pickup with seating for five or six passengers, yet because its passenger and bed areas are fundamental to its purpose, it feels more solid structurally than a pickup with a separate bed. All Avalanches come standard with a full array of safety systems, including 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes, stability and traction control, front and side airbags and tire-pressure monitoring, and are available with ultrasonic rear park assist and a backup camera. An automatic transmission is standard on all Avalanche models, with a 4-speed unit on 2007-08 models and a more efficient 6-speed phasing in for 2009-and-later models. All feature tap-up/tap-down gear selection on the column shifter as well as a tow/haul mode which the driver can select for better flexibility and control of transmission shift points when dealing with heavy loads.

Because of complaints of excessive oil consumption and dashboard cracking on 2007 models, and due to the fact that 2007-08 Avalanches came with the less-efficient 4-speed automatic transmission and not the more flexible 6-speed unit that was standard beginning in 2009, it would be wise to stick with 2009-and-newer models when shopping for an Avalanche. It always makes sense to buy models that have been in production for a few years to allow manufacturers time to work out the bugs. Not that later models don't have their own bugs. On Avalanches with the optional heated windshield washer system, a short circuit may overheat the washer system's electronics, possibly affecting other electrical features and creating an odor and smoke. On the 2009 model, improper sealing may allow water to enter the fuel system control module, making it a troublesome task just to get your car started. On the 2011 model, defective lock pins in the rear axle can fracture and jam, locking up the rear axle On all models, transmissions can be expected to fail shortly before you log your first 100,000 miles. Also, you may notice an unusual knocking in the steering column, as well at the "torsion bar" in front. When turning, you will hear loud popping, an annoying reminder that it is time to visit PartsGeek for the best deals on Chevrolet Avalanche OEM and aftermarket parts.



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2007 Chevrolet Avalanche Parking Distance Sensor

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2008 Chevrolet Avalanche Air Compressor

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