GM interns put on a ride-and-drive event at the company's Renaissance Center headquarters in Detroit and invited other interns working in the area to check out the latest and greatest vehicles from General Motors.
Faces of GM - UAW GM Tech Center Car Show
GM employees at the Warren Tech Center stage an annual car show. It's a
great example of cooperation and pride, and it was a terrific kickoff for
the countdown to the 100th anniversary of the Chevrolet brand.
Faces of GM - Erik Proulx - Lemonade Detroit
An old adage says, "When life hands you lemons, make lemonade." Erik Proulx
is a filmmaker who has lived that adage, Now he's turning his filmmaker's
eye on Detroit and telling the story of the city's comeback. He also has
learned of General Motors' involvement in helping with the revitalization
of the city.
Faces of GM - John Buttermore Sonic
As lead development engineer on the Chevrolet Sonic, John Buttermore helped
develop the car and he knows it from the inside out. He told us what
features most impress him and he let us know something that's "not
replaceable" goes into a Sonic.
GM Design Internship-- Sculpting a Car ---Week 4
The teams' design pieces are officially off of their screens and are
currently being molded into model-size sculptures. From milling the
Styrofoam to manipulating the clay to perfection, the sculptors give the
scoop on what it takes to enter into the field of sculpting.
General Motors' EN-V concept - we ride shotgun
TheChargingPoint.com recently got a ride in GM's incredible EN-V concept,
designed to combat the problems of overcrowding, parking availability and
air quality within the city of tomorrow.
Read our report at
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General Motors EN-V Technology video
A video that shows off some of the highlights of General Motors personal
urban mobility concept called EN-V. EN-V is the Electric Networked-Vehicle
and it utilizes vehicle to vehicle and vehicle to infrastructure
communications to augment advanced sensing technology that allows
GM IT Recruiting
Welcome to GMIT, where we are transforming information technology.
GM Stepper Motor Replacement and Instrument Panel Disassembly
Most later model GM vehicles had recalls with the stepper motors in the
instrument clusters. Some models were repaired by GM through a class
action law suit while others were left fitting the bill themselves. This
video will be helpful for anyone replacing these and saving money. Most
places will charge between 150 and 300 bucks when the stepper motors are
only about $5 each. The entire process start to finish (provided you have
all the tools) will take about an hour...ish.
Doug Scott Talks Ford Atlas Concept! Plus Small Trucks & GM, Dodge & Toyota Rivals! - WOT Episode 64
On this episode of Wide Open Throttle, Ford Truck's Marketing Manager Doug
Scott sits down with Ed Loh, Jonny Lieberman, Allyson Harwood, and John
Cappa to discuss the show-stopping Ford Atlas Concept and its controversial
debut at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The crew also compare the fuel
efficiency of Ford's popular EcoBoost V-6 to the updated V-8 offered in the
2014 Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra and the new Ram1500 diesel. Scott also
addresses Ford's take on the small truck segment, and their response to
Toyota's complaints regarding the SAE Towing standard.
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Chevrolet GM Speedometer Gauge Repair Removal Instrument Cluster
GM Cluster gauge repair. See
-cluster for written directions and information on ordering parts.
See http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fC_dE0iZtxE to learn how to replace
bulbs in your dash.
How to remove the gauge cluster from your Chevrolet or GM vehicle and
replace the faulty stepper motors in your speedometer, tachometer, gas
gauge, voltage meter, fuel gauge, temperature gauge and oil pressure gauge.