under tha steering colum there is a metal bar and above it is a little silver box. remove both and unplug the wires from that box and those will attach to your wire harness for your new radio. just run them up through to where the new radio will go. the factory radio will stay and the new one will go where the tape deck is. just did all that to my 1990 silverado
Begin by removing the decorative radio cover in your 2007 Chevy Silverado. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out and remove the wiring harness.
Yes it will.
A 1995 LT1 engine can be put into a 1995 Chevy Silverado with minimal changes. This will increase the overall power and performance of the vehicle.
Yes, They can be switched.
YES, As long as the GMC 350 is a 1988 to a 1995 year then it will bolt right in and work just perfect.
YES IT will fit right in. No problems.
chevy silverado ha automatic transmission . shift lever on column when put in or out of gear flops up and down . is it hard to put a spring in the column to repair
You can if the 1990 truck is a 4x4.
Can you put a 07 and up tailgate door on a 04 silverado? Swap
It takes a different tool to press the pulley back on.
The cylinder heads are diffrent. Intake from 1998 truck will not bolt up to 1990 heads.
I got a 2003 Chevy silverado 4x4 z71 stock suspension , and i install on it 285/75r16 tires, that's the biggest tire that you can use, i put that tire size to in a 2002 Chevy silverado work truck 4x2, with no problems. You can trust, good luck.
check w/tire shop
6 QTS. with a new filter
Pour the coolant in the radiator.
Change motor mounts and install...
pull lever to put into 4wd
I bought a 1994 silverado dash cluster, to put in my 1990 silverado because i was told it would fit. I took the old one out, and was going to put the 1994 silverado cluster in, but the plug in the back was not the same, but I have been told several times that it would work, so i am not sure, perhaps the plug can be changed With the first answer, im not sure about the plugs. But everything else from an 88-98 interchange so i don't see why it wouldn't
Within 2 feet of where you put the gas in.
Yes I have a 1990 with a 454 from the factory...
take the old ones out and put new ones in!