Having just changed the pressure side hose on my 1996 Suburban it's actually pretty simple. First you'll need a 5/8 and an 11/16 combination or end wrench. Loosen the fittings to the steering box with the 11/16 from the top of the vehicle. Then climb under, you can reach the fittings on the back of the pump by sliding your hand up past the front differential but you'll find it's easier to see what you are doing if you remove the differential skidplate (4 bolts, 9/16 I think, I was too lazy to remove mine...) It's best to attach the hoses in the following sequence. Return line to pump, Pressure line to pump, Pressure line to steering box, return line to steering box. (The return line has small clamps, approx 1/4" wide, from the metal line to the rubber, while the pressure line has hydraulic crimps about 1" long.) Don't forget to put new o-rings on the line ends (They should come with the new hoses...) Good luck.
The gross weight rating capacity on your 1995 K1500 suburban is stated at 3000 pounds. The towing capacity of your 1995 K1500 is stated at 7500 pounds.
how do you remove the heater core and hoses from 1996 Chevy sub 5.7 K1500
yes, yes you can
my 1995 k1500 suburban weighs in at 6,000 lbs. full of fuel
The 1998 K2500 Suburban has a 44 gallon gas tank.
disconnect the hoses I've found that it's easier to drop the tank.
NO not even close. You must stay under the year of 1999
Attached to the blower motor under the passenger dash
That is a 350 engine.
4L60 is the most common automatic transmission in GMC trucks
It is important to have a diagram of all the line in a car while owning it. A person can get a diagram of the vacuum lines in a 1996 Chevy Suburban K1500 2WD by purchasing the maintenance or repair manual at an auto part shop.
Either before or after y pipe, or both, depends.
Not to be smart but there is a little button on the face that says "clock".
You have a Saginaw steering column common for that year in all GM/Chevy products Go to this site: www.buickperformance.com/tiltsteeringcolumnwobble.htm It has a complete article including cataways with easy to understand and follow instructions I used it and rebuilt mine in a 1989 suburban in 1 day; including getting the parts and tools.
The listed 1996 GMC suburban K 1500 towing capacity is 7500 pounds. Towing more than 7500 pounds will void the warranty.
A whopping Forty-Two (42) gallons or 158 liters for the Canadians.
4L60E And the only 1 that will work in that 96 is a 1996 model 4L60E
K is for 4 wheel drive C is for 2 wheel drive
the best way is to drop the tank (hands down)
I have a 95 K1500 suburban and I put 285/75 R16 on it and they fit just about right. Don't think I would try any larger without a lift kit of some kind.
Pull the transmission and change it.
0 degrees with vac off and electroniv advance disconected according to the sticker on my hood