Thanks for that!
Goodluck buddy. I am psrt of this club in Facebook called Bow-Tie society. I might be kick out because the owner of the club statement.
The tcase is more likely to be the issue in my opinion because it was never really built to pull the entire weight of the truck with the front axle.
All started when rear drive shaft droped was at red light went to take off and lost front u joint on rear shaft part store was about two blocks so pullrd
195 is the factory set running temp for the truck so any reading with in 10 degrees of that should be fine. When warmed up the oil pressure does tend
I have the same exact problem with my 03 Yukon..But something is draining my battery
Gonna pop in before Goldie. I had a very busy week hanging out with friends and doing some work on my truck. Got the rear end fluid changed and replaced
I was reading more about this today. My 2002 silverado would shut down unexpectedly after hitting a large bump or driving in really deep rutted snow.
I have a 2500hd with a ReadyLIFT leveling kit (w/keys) in mine with 2" blocks in the rear. I purposely have not cranked mine all the way... because
Welcome to GMTC! The first thing I would do is change the oil and filter. You have no idea what weight oil the last owner was running in it. I would also
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