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1990 chevy 4x4 wt

Discussion in 'Member Introductions' started by oreomax, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. oreomax

    oreomax New Member

    hello all i am a newbee, i have a 1990 chevy 4x4 wt brake light continues to blink after i took the dash apart to paint it i also pushed the e brake down/since released the e brake the truck has not been moved during this process no problems with the brakes before no light or anything .could it be the e brake switch stuck or something else thanks
  2. Camaro69car

    Camaro69car Member 1 Year 100 Posts

    Welcome to the Club from VA!
  3. oreomax

    oreomax New Member

    thank you i have always had chevy used to street race them back in the day i love the older ones 1992 back i ,wish i had a few of those cars back now. i guess i just settle for my truck for now.
  4. zuki82

    zuki82 Member 100 Posts

    Use your toe to pull up the E-brake pedal! If that makes the light go off, them you just need to adjust the switch! I had a 91 wt! Loved that truck! 4.3 vortex, super chipped, cold air intake, dual exhaust, 2inch body lift, 32" mudders on American racing 10.5x15 wagon wheels! I had her all decked out! I wish I had pics!
  5. oreomax

    oreomax New Member

    when you had it super chipped did you notice a difference was thinking about doing that but was not sure it would be worth it.yea i love this truck it only has 106,000 miles on it i am trying to bring it back to life without tearing it all apart it does not have hardly any rust. just about done with the interior, the seat is about the only thing left to do i had a 2000 gmc to much computer and digital things that went wrong had to take to dealer and have them fix it that cost to much so i wanted something simple and easy to work on without breaking the bank i will get pics up later when the weather breaks
  6. zuki82

    zuki82 Member 100 Posts

    We have a large hill here, and the truck wouldn't get up it with out down shifting, so I went to work on it! I used the superchip, an Exxel high output coil, 8MM wires and split fire plugs! Summit also had a plug extender that would plug into the stock wire harness that went to the tranny, it changed how the truck shifted! It was about a foot longer, which changed the resistance. All that did help the gas mileage and the truck would go over the hill in overdrive!!! I have some parts left over from that truck, once the weather stops being a pain here, I'll go see what I have! I think I have the coil, I know I have the headliner,(take your visors off, put this up there and screw your visors back on) I still have the rims, but they will need to be cleaned and repainted!
  7. oreomax

    oreomax New Member

    thanks for the info i think i will wait till spring to cold-5 right now

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