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Old Truckman

Evansville, IN

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My chevy had clogged catalytic converter when that happened to me, I was getting oil pass the weakened rings, because my engine got hot when the radiater had an ice blockage.


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).


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yes, mine as well, u-tube shows a fix involving fixing bad solders on a circuit.


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I know people with more miles than that, myself for one. My problems are sensor related usually other than normal usage repair problems. Read the postings, just as many chevy V-8's have issues, you had the best package chevy offers for engines. You won't be able to afford driving a 5.7 for very long, just as well buy a brand new truck (with V-6), would be cheaper in the long run.


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build a nest near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position).


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Chevy vents are designed to be a perfect mouse house, they always build it near the heater blower and you have to weasel out the blower housing by prying up the unidash under the glove box, after removing the screws (make sure it is in the off position). I try to keep mice well-fed with d-con under the hood.


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Wet weather makes the truck want to idle rough after driving on the highway @ 10 min, next stop causes truck to act as if it has a fuel pump problem(replaced already & filters), putting in neutral keeps it from stalling. Is it Ignition coil, camshaft/crankshaft position sensors, MAF/MAP, brake booster bleed, or fuel pressure regulator problem? I noticed bottom of front carburator's plastic housing small void by something with wires on it, so outside air could get in under the rubber housing gasket.


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