How to Replace an Idler Arm in a GMC Sonoma?

Answer The idler arm on the GMC Sonoma is responsible for pulling the idler pulley against the serpentine belt. The idler arm has a built-in spring that forces the arm down. This keeps the serpentine belt... Read More »

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How to Replace an Idler Arm?

The idler arm of your vehicle is a main component of the steering. It is connected on the right side of the front end and moves along with the pitman arm. As the pitman arm moves the left front whe... Read More »

How to Replace a Chevy Idler Arm?

The Chevy idler arm bolts onto the engine block and the idler pulley. The arm is used as a pivot for the pulley. As the serpentine belt starts to stretch, a spring pulls down on the idler arm and p... Read More »

How to Replace an Idler Arm to a Chevy Van?

The idler arm on a Chevy van is a pivoting support to the steering linkage opposite the pitman arm connecting the center link. It pivots during steering. Mounted to a bracket attached to the frame ... Read More »

How to Replace a Fuel Pump in a GMC Sonoma?

When replacing the fuel pump in a GMC Sonoma, make sure that no one around the vehicle is smoking and that there's nothing around that can cause a spark. The gas tank will be open, and gas fumes al... Read More »