GMC Envoy Owners: Accessories & Modifications

Karen_SKaren_S Member Posts: 5,092
edited July 2014 in GMC
What accessories and/or modifications have you added to your Envoy?

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  • vplazavplaza Member Posts: 47
    Okay, so we're on the way home from the Dodger game yesterday and my wife asks, "Can you do something to make the car accelerate a little faster?".

    I guess I'll be looking to see if there are any of the standard "go-fast" mods available for the Envoy to help her out. :-)

    Anyone know if there are any air filters, intakes, headers, and mufflers available yet for the Envoy?

  • lgspencelgspence Member Posts: 15
    Has anyone found a rubber/vinyl cargo area mat for the 2002 Envoy? (original or aftermarket?)
  • wboatrwboatr Member Posts: 5
    haven't seen any aftermarket products yet, but if any are available, my preferences would be---K&N air filter, quality dual exhaust (borla, etc.), cargo and passenger mats--for those rainy, muddy days, and some type of lift for the front---to level the stance of the Envoy from that forward slant--also would help ground clearance.
  • zeenzeen Member Posts: 401
    I plan to stop into a flooring store and get some black rubber matting for the back of my Envoy.
    I'll cut it to fit. With all the gardening crap my wife loads into the back, that should do the job.
  • lgspencelgspence Member Posts: 15
    What exactly is this matting, is it a floor tile of some sort? many pieces or one?
  • jrscesjrsces Member Posts: 8
    Here is an e-mail I received from Husky Liners. They say they are now carrying mats and liners for the 2002 Envoy. Hope this helps out. They sent some pictures and I can forward them if anyone is interested.

    To: [email protected]

    I have been watching your web site for a cargo liner for a 2002 GMC Envoy. Do you know if and when they will be available.

    From: Steve Bower [mailto:[email protected]]

    Sometimes our web site is slow to update. The cargo liner along with the front and second seat liners are available for the Envoy/Trailblazer/Bravada. Here are the part numbers:
    #2200x—cargo liner
    #3200x—front liners
    #6200x—second seat liners

    “x”=1 for black color liners, “x”=2 for gray color liners and “x”=3 for tan liners
  • lgspencelgspence Member Posts: 15
    Jrsces: would you please forward the photos to me at [email protected] Do you know if GMC offers OEM cargo liners for the Envoy?
  • zeenzeen Member Posts: 401
    It's like a carpet runner. It's used in industrial buildings over carpet. It comes in a roll and is cut to the length you need. Not all flooring stores carry it. It's basically the same as a rubber front door mat only it comes on a long roll and comes in different widths.
  • dallasrobdallasrob Member Posts: 1
    Could I get those pictures too? My email is [email protected]

  • 9t9wu89t9wu8 Member Posts: 36
    I know Gibson is working on an exhaust system. I would expect someone will come up with a more efficient intake soon.

    Hopefully Hypertech or one of the other programmers will develop a premium fuel spark curve that should be good for a few ponies.

    I'd also like to see someone come up a a mild lowering package, 19" wheels, and suspension tweaks to tighten the handling up.
  • aleasealease Member Posts: 22
    Has anyone found the best price for these yet, I have been looking and defiantly want these for my Envoy
  • cbeasleycbeasley Member Posts: 6
    I recently ordered a cargo mat from a local GMC dealer's parts dept. I paid $52 + tax, and it arrived in one week. It's got the Envoy logo and matches the interior perfectly. I recommend this approach!
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    GM is dragging their feet with accessories, but I did find a couple places where you can get some accessories for the 2002 Envoy!

    Bug/Stone Deflector:

    Rear Cargo Liners/Mats:

    Rubber lipped (weathertech/husky style)


    I'm still looking for window vent visors, so if you know of anyplace that has them, please send me an email.

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Found a place that makes kits for ClearBra Paint Protection:

    Install yourself or have a shop do it...

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282

    Manik has some nifty toys for the Envoy:

    Trailblazers Owners, you're not left out: Chevy Trailblazer-PR.jpg

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Looks like has aftermarket fiberglass/aluminum running boards for the 2002 trio. $319 unfinished or $419 painted to match.

  • lyndellwlyndellw Member Posts: 31
    Here are the GM p/n's for moulded splash guards.

    GM list / GMPartsDirect price

    12497606 $29.00 / $20.30

    12497607 $29.00 / $20.30

    They have the "GMC logo"
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Thought I'd paste this in here for reference for TB / Envoy Running Boards

    2002 Envoy Running Boards-Final Chapter by jw4gm Aug 27, 2001 (06:06 am)

    A few weeks back, I reported that running board #12497885 did NOT fit my Envoy. Since I still wanted running boards, I went to my GMC dealer, copied the VIN of a new Envoy with running boards, took the VIN to the parts counter and asked the parts guy to check the options list for that Envoy and give me the part number of the factory installed running boards. He readily complied and part #12497886 showed up. The list price was $329. I asked him to match the price of $247 and he did (but did add tax). They came in six days later and fit perfectly. The kit includes mounting bolts and instructions and the boards are OEM. Ironically, the instruction sheet is identical to the one in kit #12497885 (Envoy/Trailblazer) I got from

    Bottom line:

    12497885 are TB

    12497886 are Envoy

    Use to order
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    MacNiel makes deflectors for the 2002 Trio:

    TrailBlazer: Part No: 50077 $54.95 $12.00 S&H

    Bravada: Part No: 50078

    Envoy: Part No: 50079

    But Automotive Interiors ( will sell you one at their price of $45 + 12 S&H.

    Installation required NO DRILLING, only a screwdriver. They give you plastic plugs for the factory square holes under the hood, along with screws rubber washers. Side sections had 3M tape.
  • vfontvfont Member Posts: 13
    I just checked the price for the #12497886 running boards on the gmpartsdirect web site and they are priced at $203.00
  • ajethvaajethva Member Posts: 3
    Can anyone who has installed the OEM running boards for the 2002 Envoy tell me if it ws very difficult? I am planning on ordering the boards form GMpartsdirect and I am pretty handy. I just don't want to get them if they require drilling/ or any major work or tools. It sounds like it should be pretty simple, but I want to get some 1st hand input. Thanks in advance. You can post on this board or e-mail me at [email protected]
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    With thanks to mgrcm from the main forum, I'm posting here for easy reference too:

    2602 of 2653 Envoy mudflaps by mgrcm Oct 27, 2001 (05:13 am)
    For the person looking for mudflaps for there Envoy the part numbers are-
    I had my dealer put them on and they say GMC on them.They are moulded plastic they fit and look good.They help some but don't stop the paint chipping from stone's on the rear lower panel just in front of the rear tire's.

  • ricklautricklaut Member Posts: 4
    I recently added the Manik step bars to my 2002 Envoy. I love the way they look and how easy they were to mount (5 minutes per side; no drilling using stock tapped holes).

    Unfortunately, it was not easy to purchase them.
    - Ordered in August
    - Received in mid October WITHOUT any mounting hardware
    - Received the mounting hardware EXCEPT 6 bolts in early November
    - Received remaining bolts in mid November.

    I also removed the "Envoy" trim from the tailgate today (thanks Tim!) and put a 3" chrome / round exhaust tip on (had to cut the end of the stock exhaust tip to make it work).

    There is a picture in the picture forum....

  • allroyallroy Member Posts: 58
    Do you have any pictures of the flaps mounted?
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Good news K&N Air Filter fans! K&N Filters has FINALLY released an OFFICAL part number for the 2002 GM TRIO:

    Model Engine Product Part No Comments


    Envoy 4.2L L6 F/I K&N Air Filter E-1009 All

    TrailBlazer 4.2L L6 F/I K&N Air Filter E-1009 All

    Bravada 4.2L L6 F/I K&N Air Filter E-1009 All

    Checker, Autozone, and Advance Auto parts doesn't have them in their computers yet, but they CAN be ordered online from MARTEL BROS PERFORMANCE for $56.30 plus $6.95 handling and FREE SHIPPING.
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Just installed a set of AutoVentShade window visors and taillight covers on my 2002 Envoy. The taillight blackouts really set off the rear of the Envoy since they match the rear fascia that surround the rear glass perfectly. I ordered them thru special orders of /

    Refer to for particular application.
    VentVisor 4Pc set Part number 94802 $54.95
    TailShades Part number 33250 $44.95
    Slots Taillight Covers Part number 36316 $34.95

    (Tailshades are translucent blackouts -- tailights/brake lights shine thru when on -- recommend replacing bulbs w/ halogens)
    May be illegal in some locales -- check local laws before ordering!
  • paulpropaulpro Member Posts: 56
    After seeing the paint destroyed on the front-end of my last two Jimmy's, I'm looking at these "Invisible Bra's" made by Invinca-Shield. It is a clear 3M film. Does anyone have any experience with these?

    Paul P
  • daredevilusadaredevilusa Member Posts: 2
    Thanks to all who post here, got some great info. Haven't seen this anywhere, so I thought I would pass it along. I purchased the grill insert from my dealer. Got it for $275. Your mileage may vary, probably a little high. Click on next package options to see what they offer. Couldn't get prices from the site, but you could take #'s to your dealer and order through them.

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    uhltronics makes a "triad" adapter that will allow you to use a Nokia handsfree kit in conjunction with your OnStar system to hear the phone audio thru the stereo system....The site notes it's for SAABs, but if you read the FAQ you can use it with ANY OnStar equipped vehicle...

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Check the main GMC Owners forum for info on the Clear Bra's/ Stone Gard stuff...

    MY2002+ Chevy Trailblazer, GMC Envoy, Oldsmobile Bravada(SUVs Board)

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Posting from main forum:

    #3243 of 3243 WINTER MATS by bryancos Jan 09, 2002 (10:18 am)

    A couple sources for custom fit non-oem mats:

    WeatherTech (MacNiel Automotive)

  • baitisjbaitisj Member Posts: 24
    Hey there all:

    Just got my Catch-All 4pc mats (two front, one single center, and rear cargo mat) from an online retailer that nobody has mentioned yet:

    Found them for $210 plus shipping ($20 or so?); I think that's the best price I could find online for the Catch-All mats.

    I'm pleased with them all. However, the cargo liner could have some ports cut out for the cargo net / baby seat fastening system, but I don't really care about those details.


  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    I noticed that about most mats.. there's no cutouts for the floor anchors.. nothing a sharp blade can't take care of, but it is annoying not to be able to use the cargo net at times.
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Here's a site that sells transponder bypass kits to allow easy and seamless installation of aftermarket remote starters/alarms with the factory alarm and doorlocks/databus... They make them for the 2002 Triplets as well:

    GMC Envoy 2002

        Available Model(s):

      GM Passlock II Bypass Kit (HPBK3)

      GM Doorlock/Alarm Databus Interface Kit (GMDL1)

      GM Passlock II bypass kit (PL45)

      GM Learnable Passlock Bypass Kit (IPPME)

  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    For those who aren't already aware, there's multiple forums here for Envoy/TB/Bravada owners. If you're looking for something that's not shown here, take a peek at one of the other boards listed. Perhaps the HOSTS should consider making them all into a single site, like the main "My 2002..." board. Links for all vehicles provided below: (remove the space in the url-- can't post words greater than 115 chars here)

    Envoys: [email protected]@.ef00533

    Trailblazers: /direct/view/.ef00521

    Bravadas: /direct/view/.ef00528
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
  • pepper50pepper50 Member Posts: 195
    Bryancos or anyone:
    How do the OEM running boards attach to the Envoy? Is there a hardware kit with brackets/bolts included? Is drilling required or do they use pre-existing holes in the frame? Can a dummy like me do it? Also, does anyone know what the weight tolerance of running boards or tube steps would be?

    About the molded plastic GM splash guards you mentioned. Do these come with mounting hardware and is drilling required? Is this something I can install, or should I have a dealer.

    Do y'all recommend both the splash guards and the running boards to decrease rockchip damage? I actually like the tube steps better than running boards, but I doubt that they would be as much protection.
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    OEM boards attach to the factory frame, and come with a hardware kit. They use existing holes. Not sure what the weight specs are, the dealer parts dept. may be able to tell you. They're not hard to install...just helps if you're able to get under the vehicle to tighten everything down. The splash guards were cake to install. Some drilling is required, but only into plastic. I did it in my driveway. No need to remove wheels, but you do have to turn the front wheels to their extremes to tighten screws, etc. As for boards vs. tubes, it's just a matter of preference and depends on what type of driving you do... I like the look of the tubes too...
  • kismat_tradingkismat_trading Member Posts: 8
    Has anyone seen any brush-guards and/or push bars for the Envoy yet. I live in NYC, where pararell parking is quite frequent. I am nervous about others playing bumper cars with my parked vehicle.


  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282
    Scroll up thru the postings here, kismat... manik is one company that makes them and there is a link w/ photos that I listed.

    I'd like to get a "safari" type bar for the front end for use w/ auxillary lighting, but am waiting to locate a manufacturer and part number.
  • bryancosbryancos Member Posts: 282

    #4475 of 4490 Gmgoodwrench site now has the accessories catalogs. by giddens_john Mar 20, 2002 (01:56 pm)

    Well except for no Bravada section. There's a conspiracy I guess. I haven't seen these listed here so here they are.

    For the Trailblazer.

    For the Envoy.

    I've also added the .pdf versions of the catalogs to my site along with the links.

    That's all for now.
  • texamau1texamau1 Member Posts: 42
    Does any one know what's the Denali package for the Envoy included? I saw one on the road, it look great. I'm going to order an 2003 envoy, but the dealer that I went to do not know what's the Denali package includes.
  • hassmeisterhassmeister Member Posts: 7
    They are a great investment. I used to install them for M-Benz. Better than Stonegard. The Invinca-shield has relief cuts in portions that meet contours of the body. If you have tinted windows or have mechanical aptitude, you can do this. I did my '98 Audi A4 Quattro and it still looks like brand new. And recently applied a full front-end (deluxe) kit on our 2003 metalic Green Envoy. I even purchased raw material and did the tailgate to keep the wife from scratching the finish with her rings.
  • hassmeisterhassmeister Member Posts: 7
    Has anyone replaced the factory unit with an aftermarket one? Any suggestions?
    I have K&N's on my other 3 rides and like them. I don't like the open cone systems... too noisy and draw warm air from the engine compartment. I had to laugh when I tore apart the airbox where the air cleaner is. What idiot designed that thing? Enough plastic surrounding the element to float the SUV if it went in the drink. Ha!
  • rayder1rayder1 Member Posts: 7
    Intend to purchase 2003 Envoy XL. Hung up on which engine to go with - the 4200-6 or 5300-8. Heard a lot of good things about the 4200 6 cylinder. However concerned if this has enough power for XL version. I will NOT be towing. Appreciate your comments.
  • seifordseiford Member Posts: 68
    I agree with hassmeister (Msg #48) that an Invinca-Sheild is a great idea. I had the 3M protective film put on a car after a new hood was put on and it still looks new after 6 years.

    We installed the standard kit from Invinca-Shield today. It looks great, but allow at least 2 hours and do it when you have patience. I had trouble with the hood piece and ended up having to trim some material in 2 places.
  • seifordseiford Member Posts: 68
    Does anyone know of a place that sells wheel well trim for the Envoy? I don't like the "unfinished" look of the wheel well.
  • play_wit_jplay_wit_j Member Posts: 1
    A great site to check out is you can search for parts by you vehicle type. Any one looking for performance or appearance parts will be pleased at the selection.
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