Chevrolet or Chevy is one of the favourite car brands in the market. In some of the
international markets, it has become a household name.
Chevrolet is an American automobile company and a part of General Motors. The
company was founded 109 years ago in 1911 by Louis Chevrolet and William C. Durant.
Chevy has a wide range of high-performance cars to offer. From family cars to SUVs to
pickup trucks, the company specialises in all sorts of vehicles.
Chevrolet cars are made for maximum comfort and long-lasting service. But in this post,
we are to talk about the Chevrolet Silverado range of trucks.
Chevrolet Silverado I: 1999 to 2007
Chevrolet Silverado I is the first-generation range of trucks manufactured by General
Motors under the Chevrolet brand. This model was first manufactured in 1999 and it
continued till 2007. This is a fairly old truck model, but you can still spot some of them
in the market.
Chevrolet Silverado I is a full-size pickup truck that was first introduced in the late 90s.
They featured a classy look and was made for light-duty purposes. These light-duty
trucks were available in three cab lengths.
For the first year, the company released only the regular cab and a 3-door extended cab
model. In 2000, they added a driver’s side door option in the extended cab. This means
the car had four doors. It was equipped with a 5.3-liter engine.
In 2003, the makers introduced a rework version of the Silverado. This time they had to
change the front and also made a few changes in the rear. In 2006, the truck received a
facelift which was similar to the HD version.
Chevrolet Silverado trucks are powerful and come with a lot of features. The Silverado
series are run across four generations, before the company stopped production.
The fuse block access door
is on the driver’s side edge
of the instrument panel. Pull
off the cover to access the
fuse block. You can remove fuses with a fuse extractor which is
mounted to the fuse block access door.
To remove fuses
if you don’t have a fuse extractor, hold the end of the
fuse between your thumb and index finger and pull
straight out. You may have spare fuses located behind the fuse block
access door. These can be used to replace a bad fuse.
However, make sure it is of the correct amperage.
|L BODY||Retained Accessory Power Relay|
|LOCK Power||Door Locks|
|DRV UNLOCK||Power Door Lock Relay|
|LOCK||Power Door Lock Relay|
|HVAC 1||Climate Control System|
|CRUISE||Cruise Control, Instrument Cluster|
|IGN 3||Ignition, Power Seats|
|4WD||Four-Wheel Drive System, Auxiliary Battery|
|INT PRK||Parking Lamps, Sidemarker Lamps, Interior Lamps|
|L DOOR||Power Door Lock Relay|
|BRAKE||Anti-Lock Brake System|
|RR WIPER||Not Used|
|SEAT||Power Seat Circuit Breaker|
|TURN||Exterior Lamps, Turn Signals, Hazard Lamps|
|UNLOCK||Power Door Locks|
|HTR A/C||Climate Control System|
|WS WPR||Windshield Wipers|
|IGN 1||Ignition, Instrument Panel|
|AIR BAG||Air Bag|
|MIR/LOCK||Power Mirrors, Power Door Locks|
|DR LOCK||Power Door Locks|
|PWR WDO||Power Window Circuit Breaker|
|UNLOCK||Power Door Lock Relay|
|IGN 0||PRND321 Display, Odometer, VCM/PCM|
|SEO IGN||Special Equipment Option, Ignition, Manual Selectable Ride|
|SEO ACCY||Special Equipment Option Accessory, Cellular Telephone|
|RAP #1||Retained Accessory Power Relay|
|RDO 1||Audio System|
|RAP #2||Not Used|