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Discussion in 'General Chevy & GM Tech Questions' started by psychotrshman, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. psychotrshman

    psychotrshman New Member

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    I spent yesterday replacing the Turn Signal Switch on my mom's 95 Buick Regal. It was supposed to take about 4 hours if I had experieance working on cars. I found a tutorial on how to do it online and loaded it onto my smart phone. Took me two and a half hours using the instructions and pictures this guy had posted. By now your probably wondering what my point / question is I'm sure. After using this very useful tutorial it got me wondering, does anyone out there have similar tutorials online for any of the massive repairs that are required to completely rebuild a 95 Chevy Silverado extended cab 4x4 from the frame up? When I start stripping the body away from the truck this spring I'm going to be "going in blindly" and just figuring it out as I go. I thought if someone else on here has done this they might have found or made a tutorial for the more complicated parts (like removing the cab and everything in it) and would be able to tell me where I could find it. I'm going to keep searching and if I find something I'll be sure to share it with the rest of the group, but if anyone could point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks everyone. Have a great week.
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    I don't think you'll find one tutorial that covers everything because body & frame disassembly & restoration, will be separate from mechanical, drive train, wiring, plumbing, fuel etc...
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    psychotrshman New Member

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    I'm not really looking for one tutorial to do it all. I'm more interested in finding a place that has multiple tutorials for the harder parts of dis assembly. I probably should have been a little clearer. :eek:)
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    OK if individual tutorials will be suitable, there are quite a few of them on here in the "how to" section. I don't remember seeing ones for internal engine, internal trans, r&i cab, or doing a complete wiring harness, or a frame rotiserie restoration, but there are ones covering most everything else, from r&i bed, fuel tank, pump, trans, engine etc. There's a wealth of knowledge in that section
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