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    If it's filled to the hole, I don't know how it...

    If it's filled to the hole, I don't know how it couldn't be right. I have an '03 that holds just shy of one gallon, and a '95 that holds about 2 1/2 quarts, (both rear diff's).
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    Early this year I repaired a leak in a high-rise...

    Early this year I repaired a leak in a high-rise chiller system that held around 600 pounds of R-12, (yeah, they lost all of it). Since I didn't want to leave any of my personal equipment at the job...
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    You're dealing with the toughest problem any A/C...

    You're dealing with the toughest problem any A/C system can have. A restriction (non condensables). The best fix is to backwash the system. You can do this by releasing the charge through the high...
  4. Where was the Mudfest?

    Where was the Mudfest?
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    Might sound silly but the rapid blink indicates...

    Might sound silly but the rapid blink indicates burnt bulbs in back. Also, a common problem with your series is burnt/cracked sockets. These are designed as a circuit board and can be found at most...
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    My wife had a '97 About 7 years ago with the same...

    My wife had a '97 About 7 years ago with the same problem. Sorry I don't remember what the problem was but I'm pretty sure I fixed it by removing the inner door panel.
  7. What year is your suburban? Your description is...

    What year is your suburban? Your description is that of a bad PMD (pump mounted driver). For some reason GM chose to mount the injector pump under the intake plenum where it could soak up lots of...
  8. Thread: AC problems

    by 38racn
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    There are a number of things could cause a blower...

    There are a number of things could cause a blower motor to not work, but the most common on later model vehicles is the blower resister. You'll find it screwed into the bottom of the air duct right...
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    What carburetor do you have? Is it a quadrajet?...

    What carburetor do you have? Is it a quadrajet? Do you have an electric choke? What you're describing sounds like a problem with the choke assembly. When your motor is cold the choke should be...
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    It was areal question. A local GM mechanic told...

    It was areal question. A local GM mechanic told me to try that and it worked. I'm not sure I'd have thought of this trick on my own.
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    Everything hundojoe said. My '03 did the same ....

    Everything hundojoe said. My '03 did the same . Pressure regulator was the trick.
    BTW, How did you get the bright idea of turning the key on/off mutiple times?
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    I'm assuming your '78 has a TH350 or TH400....

    I'm assuming your '78 has a TH350 or TH400. You're clutches are fried. Time to replace/rebuild. It may drive in reverse all day but it's only gonna do it for a couple days.
    P.S. Isn't that burnt ATF...
  13. I'll repeat what murdog said. Anytime I use stop...

    I'll repeat what murdog said. Anytime I use stop leak (especially "bar's leaks"), as soon as the leak is stopped, I'll get the rest of that stuff out of there.
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    Is your truck a 5.7L w/ auto trans? Your post is...

    Is your truck a 5.7L w/ auto trans? Your post is covering alot. You've started at the intake, then down to oil pan, then up front to harmonic balancer and ending with knock coming from the back of...
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    On my '83 (originally had a 6.2), the gounds...

    On my '83 (originally had a 6.2), the gounds junction at the switching solenoid. That's where my problem was. Another potential problem is the selector switch. Once contacts are worn current can be...
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    Ever since reading an earlier post of yours I've...

    Ever since reading an earlier post of yours I've thought you had a distributor/timing problem. I hope the plugs and wires do the trick but don't expect it to. Although I think you have distributor...
  17. With your wheel to the extreme right, turn to...

    With your wheel to the extreme right, turn to extreme left counting the rotations (usually 3 to 4 turns). Turn back to the right half way, then center steering wheel. Your pitman arm probably has a...
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    Try www.compnine.com (http://www.compnine.com)...

    Try www.compnine.com Detailed breakdowns and parts lists for your vehicle.
  19. A/C is a closed system. If your low on charge,...

    A/C is a closed system. If your low on charge, there's a leak. There are some pretty decent stop leaks out there, just really expensive. I personally have never used any, but know a few guys who...
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    Does the motor turn over? If it does then you've...

    Does the motor turn over? If it does then you've eliminated the battery and connections.
    Next is fire. Remove whichever sparkplug is easiest to get to. Stick it back into it's boot. Lay the end...
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    The first step is to buy a Haynes or Chilton's...

    The first step is to buy a Haynes or Chilton's repair manual. Step by step detailed instructions. You'll find yourself using it in the future for every problem you encounter. Might be just me but if...
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    If your local parts store can't help, go to my...

    If your local parts store can't help, go to my favorite. A good family owned hardware store. Not much you won't find in the nut & bolt department.
  23. Thread: Steering Issues

    by 38racn
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    Have you ever had your steering come apart while...

    Have you ever had your steering come apart while traveling down the road? I have. More than once even. This can cause tons of damage, personal injury or even death. Park it and fix it.
    By the way...
  24. When you say the fan doesn't come on I'm assuming...

    When you say the fan doesn't come on I'm assuming your referring to the blower inside the cab. If that's not running, your not evaporating the freon in the evap coil. This trips your pressure switch,...
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    Visit this site....

    Visit this site. http://www.compnine.com/index.php You'll find a complete breakdown of your heat/cool system. Select your vehicle, then scroll down to "sheet metal/heater". Click on the picture, then...
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