NO. It is all different
go 2 google images and type in ,picture of wireing diagram for 1997 chevy z71
It is a 4L60E
Yes. The 4L6oE was intended to be used with the 4.3 - 5.7 liter engines.
The fill tank for the rear wiper fluid on a 2005 Z71 is actually the same tank as for the front windshield. If the rear washer is not working and the tank for the front is full, then there might be a problem with a fuse or a hole in the line.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1997 Chevrolet Z71 headlights. Remove the headlight retaining bolts. The headlights will come out. Reverse the process to install the new headlights.
its inside the alternator
It has 12
Should be near or attached to the blower motor
That would be the 4L60e transmission.
the bell housing is DIFFERENT on the 97 trans. You must put a 1993 to 1995 or 1998 are 1999 4L60E transmission back in it. The 1996 and 1997 will not work in the 98.
Lug nut torque 1997 gmc k1500
Pay a mechanic to do it for u
The engine in your truck is a Chevrolet 350 if it a stock engine!
Absolutely not.Use exactly what the manufacture recommends and nothing else. You should use 5w30 by what the oil fillcap shows..
No. NOT EVEN CLOSE.
At the top of the motor, at the back, next to the distributor (a few inches to the driver's side)... just a few inches from the firewall.
No, but hear are the years that will work. 1988 to 1995 350 engines.
Maybe but it depends upon what you mean by "rear end". Do you mean the axle and axle housing or the body of the truck? Keep in mind a 2000 Silverado is a different generation than a 1997.
Installing a standard transmission in a 1994 Chevy z71 is easy. All you have to do is take the old one out and put the new one in and tightening the bolts back.
No, The bell housing is different on the 92. You need a 1996 or 1997 4L60E 4x4 transmission.
To get to the ashtray bulb on a 1997 Z71, the console top needs to be removed. First remove the ashtray from its holder. Then, remove the clips on the sides holding the console top on.
Just power the pump. If you have W/W fluid in it, it'll prime itself.