1993 Chevrolet G Series Van (G30) Questions
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I was told that because of the year of my vehicle, it's not a good idea to change my transmission filter or fluid. Is that true? Would my ses light turn on if either my fluid or oil were low?
And how can I tell if it's bad? Where's my odometer sensor? That stopped reading thousands of miles ago.
Does the length of the wires affect the way my van starts? The new set is way longer than the old ones, but does that make a difference? How can I test the wires and the cylinders?
My van likes to shut down on the highway and at green lights. I've changed the starter, alternator, battery, IAC, tps, sp/ws/dcar/ff/af, and had to mess with the timing because the distributor was loose. I can't read the codes because my data link connector won't give them. After changing the rotor, it started up, no problem. Next day, back to square one. Changed the fuel pump. Started up just fine. Turn it off to try again, back to square one. What is the problem here? I've tested the ignition control module off the van, and it always passes. I need help.
1993, G30, 155"wheelbase, 454cu.in., single wheel rear axle, Explorer conversion van.
Can you give me step by step instructions so that I can self install the motor on my driver's side window?
i need the fuel line from the fill door to the fuel tank, it's 1 3/4 inches ID by 5 ft. any suggestions
The van "bucks" at freeway speed only when maintaining speed- stops if I give it any gas or back off the pedal. I'm thinking a vacummn leak. Has throttle body injection.