It depends on which speaker it is. Some speakers might only have a small cover you have to take off for others, like door speakers you may have to take off the door panel. You can do that by looking all the way around and locate all the screws and clips holding the panel on and pop it off. if it feels like it isn't budging you may not be pulling in the correct direction or you may have missed a screw. Once the speaker is visible find a replacement speaker that is the same size as the one there. If you're not sure, unscrew the one you have and unclip the speaker wires from the back and take it to a local bestbuy or other speaker store and they can tell you. Take you new speaker and connect the old wires to the connection points on the new speaker. You may have to cut the stock clip off to just get to wires. Use a wire stripper and choose the correct gauge to cut off the protective plastic, exposing about and inch and a half of wire. Twist the ends so the wires are bundled together and loopit throught the speakers conncecstion and twist secures. Then screw the speaker back in. Test the speker before puting the panel back on to be sure it works. replace the panel and your done. Don't go thru GMC because they'll over charge you for the speaker and installation if you can do this yourself. The new speaker will be a better one too.
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Bottom of the engine on the oil pan.
A GMC Envoy, with a 4.2 L inline 6 cylinder motor take 7 quarts of oil.
The GMC Envoy XUV was first introduced in 1998. The first generation lasted in production until 2000. They decided to re-release the Envoy in a second generation model that started in 2002 until 2009.
more than likely it is the window regulator.I had to take mine back to the dealer for repair.
According to the 05 brochure, the Envoy I6 has a max. capacity of 6300lbs. The XL version I6 is 6000lbs. Xuv is 5800lbs. The V8 Envoy XL is 7000lbs and the V8 XUV is 5900lbs.
Various automobile sites have reviews of the GMC Envoy XUV. The websites for Kelley Blue Book, Edmunds, and Cars all have expert reviews of this particular model.
What's the problem with the window?
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feb 28 2008. had a gmc envoy xuv since march of 2004.with the maintence done when due,the SUV is solid.had service engin soon lite come on,this was gas cap related.IT MUST BE ON IF THE ENGIN IS ON OR IF THE IGNITIOIN IS ENGAGED. expect to ware out a set of tires in two years or 30,000 miles.
If the TPS or Throttle Positioning Sensor goes bad on a 2004 GMC Envoy SUV, the car will have a very rough idle. The engine might stall frequently and the cruise control will not function properly. The car will also use much more fuel than is necessary.
Fluid for my SUV (Envoy XUV) is fed from the same container that feeds the wiper fluid for the windshield.