Top 20 2004 Chevrolet Tracker Questions & Answers


GM use a particular item on one of the idlers
there will be a 1/2" square hole in the center of it
use a strong bar and lift the pulley up against a spring
install the new belt and when properly installed let the pulley back onto the belt

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Hi,
Please Google your issue for specifics, but it appears the 4x4 Actuator and/or Pump may be worn out on your Tracker. You may want to look into installing manual hubs on the front axles to bypass the auto-locking hubs, if so equipped.

GL,
TD

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There is a circuit breaker. Usually not the problem. I have replaced two in 40 years. If you checked and have no power to the master switch. Wires for these tend to break in the boot between the drivers door and the frame. If you have one window that works, then look to the motors/ regulators in the doors.

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A seatbelt is considered a critical piece of safety equipment. If it is faulty, replace it. The least expensive option is a junkyard.

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There is a way to do this its but its a little tricky if your saying what I think your are saying.
Do you have a keyless entry system and can you open the rear hatch the glass part.
There is a manual override. Give more details and I will explain how to open it

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CHECK FUSES

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Most likely the alarm cpu or control module. Sometimes the relay between the module and the starter interrupt goes bad, trace the wiring, find the relay, make sure all connections are secure, if so, try replacing the relay. If not the problem, have it towed and have alarm checked out. There are a few other things to check. However, me realistically diagnosing the problem the way you describe would be like someone listening to a motor over the telephone and trying to determine if a cylinder has low compression. Nearly impossible. Without an actual working knowledge of the mechanics involved with your specific auto you will be lost. I could even describe how to by-pass the alarm between starter and battery, but unless I am there I would not suggest doing it by yourself. In any event, find the alarm cpu/module, follow the wiring to the relay that operates starter/interrupt, check wiring and/or replace relay. If this doesn't work, bring it to a good alarm mechanic, shop around and check the BBB for good guys in the business. One last thing, check your battery, make sure the voltage is appropriate and battery connections are secure. Good luck!

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This happened to my tracker also. it turned out to be the bulb for the light. Also check the engage sensor on the transfer case.

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It is either bolted in place or it has a spring that can be released with a belt tensioner tool you get at an auto parts store. You might can use a 1/2" brakeover bar.

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Hi and welcome to Fixya!
As a first course of action, have the car be diagnosed. A scan tool can help, it will list the faulty codes and by then you'll know the fix.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa!

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Under the dash on the drivers side.

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215 isnt the width, its the height, and as long as it dont rub fender wells its ok

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First be cretin that the belt's are an exact match, sometimes it's a really tight fit, hope you are using a tensioner tool that allows full travel of the tensioner. Often times it is which pulley you are trying to slide the belt over, your best bet is to go for the idler & tensioner pulley because they are not ribbed, thus you don't have to fight with it go over an edge that has a guide.

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replace with new bearing bolts on

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On the front differential there is a thermal actuator. It engages your front differential. In parts catalogs they are called 4wd actuator. they are not easy to replace.

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Try this link. While it is not specific to your Tracker, it is a good video step by step overview which will help you a lot.
http://www.wonderhowto.com/how-to/video/how-to-change-a-serpentine-belt-on-your-car-39904/

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the bulb goes in from the rear, dont take the headlight assembly out.

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