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Sierra



The GMC Sierra is the full-size pickup that is one of the highlights of the entire GMC line, accounting for close to half of its divisions total revenue. You can find the Sierra in three different sizes, the regular, extended, and crew cab (1-ton only). This midsize to heavy duty truck will practically do most things you need it to and without a doubt is one of the successful models in the GMC line considering it is still in production today. You’ve come to the right place for any of your GMC service manual needs; as they say its better to be “safe than sorry”.

Sierra’s have been around since 1999 reliably being the truck of choice for many even in todays market. Sierra models are currently available in three model trucks, the Sierra 1500, the Sierra 2500HD, and the Sierra 3500HD. The primary differences are the towing capabilities and size, which increase with the numerical value. A difference you’ll find in the Sierra is their refined cabins. These vehicles aren’t simply built to work but offer some level of comfort that GMC has been able to hone in on, adding premium interior materials, heated and ventilated seats you cannot find in your average truck.

Competing against the Sierra are Dodge Ram, Ford F- Series, and the Chevy models. Like most GMC vehicles, there is an equivalent in GM cars with this case being the Chevy Silverado truck.

By 2004, GMC unveiled the hybrid model of the Sierra 1500 with a starter generator and torque converter providing fuel savings. Fuel savings of up to ten percent were observed in these hybrid trucks. In 2013, the Sierra 1500 Hybrid model was discontinued.

Newer models come with LED lights and a distinctive grill that enhances the design of the truck. When GMC sought to make a difference with the Sierra they created something that delivered in design and function. For those looking to go off road you can even have your choice in the 2018 Sierra 1500 All Terrain X that will do the job.

For the most part the Sierra shares similar issues that other cars have like transmission or HVAC. It has been shown that some years like the 2005 model are more problematic than others. Just like any other car regular maintenance and care is important to keeping it alive and running. By being knowledgeable of your Sierra you can ultimately save a lot of money if you run into any issues. Our convenient GMC Sierra repair manuals should be something you immediately grab if you need help of any kind.