1994 Chevrolet 2500 Pickup Questions
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I have replaced all of fuel system, and the firing system. don't know what else to do.
Spark plugs seem to be below exhaust manifold
changing the head gaskets and need the torque specs for the bolts
I still have heat just no fan. all fuses seem to be good and the fan worked fine. I shut off the truck and when I started it up again no fan. is there a simple answer for this?
I am having problems locating the oil pressure sending unit.
My trucks windshield wipers work but nothing comes out when I try to use the washer fluid. There doesn't seem to be any leaking out of the hoses, the bottle is full of fluid. Is there something else somewhere to check or do I need to replace the pump?
Not so long ago when I would turn on the turn signal, the speedometer dial would jump up and down while sitting still.
Now it is doing it even without the turn signal on.
What's the problem?
need cost to replace motor mounts
Twice now when I go to start my truck the starter clicks like the battery is dead. Then, when I release the key from the crank position immediately the wipers come on,the gauges flip to pointing down, and the heater control panel goes to default. While this is happening it will crank if I turn the key but not start and wipers continue to run. One time I jiggled the battery cables and all was well. I changed the cable ends, thinking it was a ground issue. This morning it did the same thing immediately after starting. I backed out of the drive and after about 10 seconds the wipers started, engine stalled. After about 30 seconds the wipers stopped and it restarted with no intervention on my part,(battery cable wiggling etc.). Ran fine the rest of the day. Showed about 13 volts on the gauge and started 4 more times with no issue. Battery is less than 12 months old and holds a good charge. Theories??
i am working on a chevy 6.5 turbo diesel. the pump is now removed, and being tested for repairs by a reputable shop. my question is: is it possible for the gear that attaches to the front of the pump w/3 bolts, able to have the timing changed on removal, or is the clearance in the timing cover limiting the ability of the gear timing from being changed?
The truck seems to bounce at highway speed and has a wobble when stopping. Tires have 11/32 tred and only about 2,000 miles on them or less. I have had tires balanced twice at two differant shops. The first place said uneven wear on a tire and bent rim. They wanted to sell me new set tires. I went for new rim and same tires. I then took it to another shop and had them balanced as problem continued. They said tires okay and balanced out fine. I still have the same problem. I replaced all shocks, did a rear brake job, and have no steering problems. It tracks true and bounce seems to come from rear end. I even rotated tires and same problems seems to come from the rear. In my mirror I can see that the bed seems to bounce. I have some wieght in the back and that seems to help. I am going to try adjusting the leaf springs since the drivers side sits 3 cm lower, but the last shop said that should make no differance. They also recommended that I only keep 35psi instead of 50psi recommended in rear tires. Any ideas are appreciated.
to remove the wiring through the colum for the turn signal switch and the cancel switch what is the procedure for wire removal