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Chevrolet Avalanche Cargo Area 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche
The Chevrolet Avalanche is designed to give customers unrivaled flexibility. Avalanche delivers on that promise through the many unique and useful ways this vehicle can be configured. Not unlike a convertible car, Avalanche's cargo and passenger area can be opened to the environment. As a result, some care must be exercised to ensure proper performance of the Convert-a-Cab® System.
The Avalanche's overall water management goal is to ensure the contents of the cargo area remain dry and protected. To achieve this, the Avalanche uses an exclusive Water Management System to move water away from cargo that is placed on the rubber cargo mat. The system is designed to manage water whether the cover system is in place or removed. This allows customers to use this area as they would a pickup truck bed, as well as carry a wide range of cargo including dirty, wet and otherwise messy items.
The Avalanche's Water Management System is designed to quickly direct water out of the cargo box. With cargo covers in place, there may be certain conditions (e.g.; heavy rains, automated car washes) where some water may be present in the following areas:
Drainage area (51 mm (2 in) wide) around the back three sides of the cargo box Cargo box walls Under the cargo mat Endgate Catch cup and gutters
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