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Tailgates and Liftgates for Your Chevrolet Avalanche

Tailgates and liftgates for your Chevrolet Avalanche keep your goods secure and are important in loading and unloading your vehicle. If parts in your tailgate fail, it can be a big issue. Luckily, replacements are readily available.

What needs replacement on the tailgate for Chevrolet Avalanche?

The tailgate on your Avalanche can serve as a table at a party, a base for a workbench, and a barrier keeping your goods safe. It stands up to a lot of wear and tear. Handles, cables, hinges, and gates themselves are among the parts that may need to be replaced.

  • Handles: Without a functioning handle, you wont be able to get the tailgate up and down. Handles for your Chevrolet vehicle are generally made of heavy-duty, black plastic. The handle typically features a keyhole. Make sure the clips and springs look sturdy. Look for your Avalanches production year, make, and model and ensure they match the new item before purchasing.
  • Cables: The hatch-check cables on your tailgate control how low your gate will drop. These are key components for your trucks rear gate. They are often compatible with multiple Chevrolet trucks, including the Avalanche; however, you must make sure that they are acceptable for use with your model year.
  • Gate: In some cases, the gate itself may have to be replaced. Match up the tailgate to the part number on your vehicle. Various colors are exist so that you can ensure the part matches the rest of your vehicle.
  • Spoiler: Many drivers add a spoiler to their tailgate. Spoilers reduce drag and make your truck more aerodynamic. In the long-term, this leads to increased fuel efficiency and lower costs.
How do you buy the right part for your Avalanche?

The Chevrolet Avalanche is a sturdy, great-looking truck. When sourcing parts for your tailgate assembly, youll need to be certain it matches your trucks make, model, and package.

  • Model Year: The Avalanche was produced in two generations, from 2001-2006 and 2007-2013. Checking that your model year is listed is the easiest way to make sure your replacement part will attach appropriately.
  • Placement: Often, parts are defined by their placement on your vehicle. For example, hatch-check cables are titled as "left" or "right." Other parts, like taillights, may be designated "driver side" or "passenger side."
  • Editions: There were three trim levels for the Avalanche, the LS, LT, and LTZ. There was also a Black Diamond Edition. Its a good idea to make sure that large parts, especially replacement doors, are exact matches for the edition of your Chevrolet Avalanche.