1990 Chevrolet 2500 Pickup Questions
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What is a fair price for a heater core exchange
I've checked the front brakes and the pads and rotors appear to be ok. plenty of pad left, and no grooves in the rotor. But sometimes when the brakes are applied, it sounds like it's metal on metal ( a terrible grindi...
This is a 1985 Chevy 2500 pickup. I have put two master cylinders on and am about to put a third in three years. They all keep losing fluid from the back reservoir and leaking it into the brake booster. This truck get...
This question is in regards to a 1985 Chevy 2500. Is the smallest and rearmost brake fluid reservoir for the front brakes or the rear brakes?
It doent start now. What can be the problem
no heat and it blow's cold out of all the vents
Still wont start. Why
i have changed master cylinder and brake booster i have adjusted all brake adjusters on all wheels i have bleed brakes several times. first time u push brake pedal u get very little brakes 2nd time u get half brake pe...
My 2006 Chevy truck with a 6.0 has started showing 80 PSI on my gauge. What causes this? Is it the gauge or the pressure switch? Where is the switch located on this truck?
labor estimate in hours and cost to replace water pump, power steering punp, master cylinder
some linkage came off and I have it but don't know exactly where it goes to enable the defrost to work.
i changed the intake gasket on my truck. i put it back together and aligned the distrubutor. now when i try to start it, it just pops out of the carbuerator. i need to know if im doing something wrong
This problem is really on a 1985 Chevy 2500. I am having problems getting the pressure differential valve to reset to turn off the brake light on the dash. I changed out the master cylinder, then bled the brakes but ...
It started with the Speedometer not working and the Buzzer going off. Battery died and and wouldn't charge. tested Batt./Alt. Batt. was bad changed it. It seems I've stuck my meter just about everywhere. And every tim...