How difficult is it to replace a ac compressor on a 96 Tahoe 2wd?
Well the compressor is not hard, I think (without looking at it) it is like 4 bolts, and a couple of connections. The problem is that most good A/C guys will tell you to replace most of the system at once or when you replace the compressor, you will have to replace most of the parts, one after the other, and perhaps eventually replace the compressor again not to far out... From what I understand... the compressor tears parts up inside, and sends them through the lines to the other parts, eventually eating each of them up.
It depends on the truck whether it is 2wd or 4wd. Also you have to factor in the year model of the truck. I have recently had one replace on a 2000 2wd pickup and it was about $2600, that was also a brand new transmission with a 3yr/150,000 mile warranty. You can get them starting about 1800 replaced if 2wd.
On a 2wd 1991 Jimmy S15 the starter is under the motor. The easiest way to replace one is to jack up the front end with a floor jack which will give clearance above the tires. Above the passenger tire you will see the starter under the exhaust manifold, you can get to the wires this way. Then you get under the truck and take the two starter bolts out
Do they make a 5 speed tranny for old body style Tahoe 4 door or does someone know how to swap 99 Tahoe 2wd police pack 5.7?
I own a 1995 2 door Tahoe with a 5 speed, I know they never made it in a four door, but if you knew what you were doing I don't know why you couldn't pull it off, you would probably have to swap the rear end out as well, because I know the rpm range differs from the stick to automatic (4000 redline in a stick - 5000 in an auto)
on a 2wd you take off the tire then theres a cap in the middle of the rotor take it off take the pin out its a cotter pin take the nut off then carefully take the rotor off one set of bearings should come off with the rotor after you get the rotor off the other bearings will be exposed grease them or replace then the reverse the procedure
Is it possible to convert a 1985 Chevy s-10 2wd pickup to a 4wd using parts from a 4wd s-10 blazer If possible how difficult of a job is it?
I own a 2003 Tahoe 2wd v8 without the tow package and I towed about 13,000 dry weight between my tandem axle trailer and a 1972 truck on it and it pulled just fine. Although I would recommend installing heavy duty shocks cause my hitch was only 6" off the ground fully loaded and that's with the '72 on the trailer backwards.