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Good idea! I'll certainly try that.
I spoke to Monster Transmission, who sold me the torque converter, and gave me some very helpful advice in determining that my original TC was...
I have an odd problem, and would like some help brainstorming, as I've tried several things to no avail.
-1998 GMC Yukon
bump it up to the top!
Good point. Edited.
For my '98 Yukon, 1500 chassis. 10-bolt rear end (i think). Stock 3.42's are too high for towing, need something a little lower. Many thanks!
In need of a Torque Converter in decent shape for my truck. Stock or stock replacement would be best, but interested in higher stall speeds too. I burned the lockup clutch out of mine, unfortunately....
02-16-2010, 08:42 AM
Very good points. Unless you've severely overheated the engine, the likelihood that you've ruined the head gaskets is very low. The likelihood that you have a bad intake mani gasket is, however,...
02-11-2010, 08:00 AM
02-10-2010, 11:40 AM
Thanks for the suggestion!
I'll check for vacuum leaks in the heater assembly, but the only vacuum line I found went to the heater valve, which is inside the engine bay. It wasn't leaking. I'll...
02-09-2010, 02:11 PM
I have searched and found no information pertaining to this issue on my '98 GMC yukon (5.7L, 4L60E tranny).
I have 2 problems, both started after replacing my dizzy seal and cap.
02-09-2010, 01:10 PM
do a compression check on the cylinders on the passenger side. Most likely, you'll find that one or more is low. If so, you've got a bad head gasket. If not, look for the intake mani gasket. ...
10-13-2009, 12:22 PM
+1 for an old/ corroded relay socket. I'd try to clean it up and see if that helps. Replace if necessary.
You could check for a voltage drop across the relay holder. That would tell you if that's...
Alright, thanks. I'll look into the Bilsteins, but they tend to be a little expensive for my taste. Has anyone been able to source damping rates for any shocks? All the companies I've contacted...
08-17-2009, 08:36 AM
Well, unfortunately, I haven't had the chance to tear it down yet. A quick check under the truck with the transmission in park reveals some slop in the joints, which could certainly cause the...
So, the concensus is, no. Can anyone tell me how they mount differently?
I'm in North Carolina. How much are you asking? I'm relatively certain they won't fit, because the suspension systems are different, but it's worth looking into.
I have a 1998 GMC Yukon that is mostly used for towing. The shocks are dead and need to be replaced. I was thinking of getting some shocks to fit a 2500 chassis, assuming they'll be firmer than the...
I have a 1998 Yukon 4x4 in need of new shocks. I figure someone out there just lifted their truck and needs to get rid of their stock of aftermarket shocks. I'll take them off your hands, but am...
08-10-2009, 02:57 PM
What year Silverado? I'm looking for fitment for '98 Yukon 4x4.
08-10-2009, 07:24 AM
Now, this sounds like a reasonable idea: U-joints. That makes a lot more sense, seeing as it's make the thunk noise when just leaving the line as well, as soon as throttle is applied. I'll take...
08-03-2009, 08:07 AM
i will check the parking brakes, but would assume that if they were stuck on, it'd be really difficult to get the rear drums off, which it was not. My rear wheel bearings don't sound or feel bad,...
07-27-2009, 08:20 AM
drums. Inspect reveals nothing out of the ordinary.
07-23-2009, 07:01 AM
I'm getting a strange noise/ feeling when coming to a complete stop in my '98 Yukon (350, 4wd). It seems like it's coming from the rear of the truck, and is just slightly creepy. It somewhat...
if your low-side pressure is higher than your high-side pressure, it seems like you somehow reversed the lines!
regardless of what transmission it is, there will be a reverse switch on it. If you can't get ahold of a wiring diagram, you should be able to test wires and see which one turns on when you put the...
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