Sounds like an adventure. I'd like to do this one day.
A little trick that I have tried.
I lost 20 lbs over a year span by just turning down the thermostats by 5 degrees both summer and winter. I still
Holy cow. I don't see how unless they never encounter a hill. Pulling I could imagine being a pain. Guess a 2wd only package?
Thank ya yours too. And if I could get the plate I want just to have it and hold but its already gone here in LA... "outtatime"
HA! My vote tied it up.
I had the lever in my 89, 94, my 96 had the pushbuttons, my 11 has the rotary knob.
Whether you have the floor or
I know this is an old thread, but I have the same truck and had the same exact issues. After 3 alignments and tons of new suspension and steering parts
I'm new here so here goes. I just traded my '03 Silverado for a new '14 GMC sierra. The Silverado only had 39,000 miles on it.
But I wanted a
Autozone is where I was getting the bad pump from myself(I think it was an airtex and your price sounds right. But if they are offering lifetime warranty
First of all this is a power steering problem, not a brake problem. I guess there's no harm in bleeding the brakes
Well, at $90 an hour, and $350 for parts, that's not really unreasonable. There are a couple of things to watch however.
First of all, be
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