2010 Chevy Express Accessories & Parts



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Want to make your 2010 Chevy Express one of a kind, keep it running at its peak, or turn it into a high-powered beast? Our vast selection of premium accessories and parts ticks all the boxes. Quality is at the heart of everything we do at CARiD, so whatever your project, our brand name products and qualified experts will ensure success. Class. Luxury. Durability. We have it all, and we're always here with everything you need to keep your 2010 Chevy Express in tip top shape, inside and out.

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2010 Chevy Express Accessories & Parts Reviews
Average rating: 4.5 4.6 - 4 reviews
2010 Chevy Express | Posted by Emilio | (Vancouver, WA)

Great product! Check codes quickly with a modest description of code. In addition, it shows various sensors data (rpm, voltage, positions, temp, load and many others) and other various on board data that would normally require you to go to a professional shop for. I bought this scanner since I was having a problem with my rear O2 sensor in one of my cars, which was consistently pulling 2 codes for that sensor. Initially i was resetting it hoping it was a glitch, since i wasn't in any mood to buy a rear O2 and lift the car to replace it. Well luckily with the scanner, I've observed that the voltages were stagnant under all conditions. Now this was strange since the voltages dictate the exhaust temperature. The front O2 was showing varying voltages under different loads. well, to make a long story short it turns out that the sensor wiring was frayed requiring an easy splice. Highly Recommend!

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