My pickup is an 88. I know the sending units are the same i just wanna know i they run to the ecu then to the gauges? Or if they go directly to the gauges
Ugh, 236 again this morning. That's two straight weeks of no loss, at all.
Same here. I have a 2001 Silverado and I replaced my front bearing/hubs last year as well. I went with Moogs, though. No complaints so far but I have
I have some 265-75-17s on my truck, which is a 2001 (very similar to yours) and I do not have any suspension nor bumper mods. 315s should work on yours
with the cold temps these should not be used. the reason GM heats the throttle body is to aid in the more efficient combustion of the fuel. when the temps
Use the sending units from the 4.3 and I am pretty sure you will be good. What year is the Camaro?....OBD1 is a lot simpler than OBD2
Got them on Amazon for $140.00. Discovery reward $$$$$ my cost ($22.) After applying reward $$ as they say. "It pays to discover".
well iv been looking in to getting a branded new 6.2 for a Denali since it will drop right in with just a re-flash of the ecm, but iv also been looking
well after my truck sitting at the local dealership all day, fond out they can not put the gm advanced 2way remote start in. part 19171129. As u can guess
I have 2'' leveling kit and a aftermarket bumper. I would like to think I can put 515x75x16 on it.
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