1990 Chevrolet 2500 Pickup Questions

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there is no water showing in the oil. smoke is sweeter smelling.

Its starving for gas can my fuel pump be the problem

Just replacement fuel pump check service engine light intermittent go off when engine shut off and restarted

What is a fair price for a heater core exchange

I suspect there's a wire missing from the sylenoid. It has positive from battery and the purple wire going into firewall. Been trying to find wiring diagram only for starter and ignition. I have no idea what else can do it. Like its absolutely dead. No anything when I turn the key.

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 grinding sound).

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 gets driven very little, usually only about six months out of the year and then usually just short trips locally. what is causing these master cylinders to be going out so often?

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

where should i start checking?

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 pedal 3rd time u get full brake pedal. what is wrong how can i fix this?

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?