Because its frame consists of one part, it has a lower ground clearance and has less flexibility for the wheels to function correctly at different heights. However, the Chevy Colorado has the traditional body-on- frame build true four-wheel-drive capabilities.
BCM should be located on passenger side kick panel (under glove box to the right).
Versatile size, fuel-efficient engine lineup, available side curtain airbags and locking differential, standard ABS. Not much low-end torque, no six- or eight-cylinder engine option, low tow ratings, subpar build and materials quality.
The Chevrolet Colorado Reliability Rating is 4.0 out of 5.0, which ranks it 4th out of 7 for midsize trucks. The average annual repair cost is $599 which means it has average ownership costs. The severity of repairs is average and the frequency of those issues is low, so major repairs are uncommon for the Colorado.
If given regular maintenance you can expect your chevy colorado to last over 300,000 miles.
Chevrolet Problems identified the most common issues and frequent complaints from owners: Engine: 20 percent have problems . HVAC: 14 percent have problems . Transmission : 14 percent have problems .
Symptoms of a Misfiring BCM Electronics, like windshield wipers and keyless entry, stop working properly. Flashing dashboard lights, or improper dashboard lighting. I.e., you could have a check engine light that should be on but isn’t, or you can have a check engine light that is on but shouldn’t be. High speed shake.
The fuse box is located in the engine compartment (on the driver’s side).
2005 Chevrolet Colorado Value – $867-$9,961 | Edmunds.
2.8 L 4-cylinder 3.5 L 5-cylinder
4-speed automatic 5-speed manual
What Used Trucks to Avoid Ford F-150. Years: 1997-2004. Ford F-250 Super Duty. Years: 2006-2008, 2011. Dodge Ram SRT-10. Years: 2004-2006. Dodge Ram 1500 . Years: 2000-2003. Toyota Tundra. Years: 2000-2003. Honda Ridgeline. Years: 2006. Nissan Frontier . Years: 2005-2008. Nissan Titan. Years: 2004-2006.
While neither truck has an interior that could be considered plush, the Chevy Colorado is a little better than the Ranger and has a superior touchscreen infotainment system that comes standard across all models. But, the system available in the Ranger works great also.