How to Replace a Belt in a GMC Sierra?

Answer The 4.8-, 5.3- and 6.0-liter GMC Sierra truck engines offered from 1999 to 2007 are variations of General Motors' popular 5.7-liter (350 cubic inch) small-block V8. The 350 small-block was a reliab... Read More »

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How to Replace the Serpentine Belt in a GMC Sierra?

In the GMC Sierra, a main drive belt or serpentine belt runs multiple accessories. On V6 models, there is frequently one serpentine belt, whereas on a V8 some models have a separate belt for the ai... Read More »

How to Replace the Compressor Belt on a 2000 GMC Sierra?

On some of the 2000 GMC Sierra model vehicles, the air conditioner compressor belt is separate from the serpentine belt. The compressor belt operates only the air conditioner compressor while the s... Read More »

How to Remove Engine Belt from a 2003 GMC Sierra?

On a 2003 GMC Sierra, the engine accessories run off of a belt system mounted to the front of the engine block. This belt is always under tension, using a pulley called an automatic tensioner. To r... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a GMC Sierra?

When the tie rod end becomes damaged or bent, you'll find that your GMC Sierra won't track straight, nor will it improve after an alignment. Replace the tie rod ends, then get your truck aligned.