This is a BIG job. I suggest taking it to the garage.
Boy, but I, too, would sure like an answer. My '95 Suburban blows COLD air, but doesn't blow much. I'd just like to get to the damn thing so I can see what's happening. Are those leaves that fall from out cottonwood tree blocking the intake? ... or are other debris or papers blocking the thing. I'm tired of heat, but I can't add another $700 (that's what one a/c guy wants to replace the evaporator). I've already paid two Dealers around $1400 each related to a/c problems and each maintains that they've done what was needed. I ultimately stopped payment on the first Dealer when the a/c went out about a half-hour after I'd left their Orlando-area shop on our way back to Charlotte!!!
YES, It will bolt right in.
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 will fit with no problems.
Why not just remove the bad bulb and look see what model it is?
rpm and speedometer gauges not working 1995 Chevy silverado 2wd
Chevy 8 lug is Chevy 8 lug
The 1995 Chevy Silverado is manufactured by General Motors. Today they can be purchased from anywhere between $4,000.00 and $6,000.00 depending on the seller.
It is if you get the full version of it.
take to your chevrolet dealer
How do you remove power steering pulley on a 1990 ck truck
You have to remove the transmission to get to the clutch slave cylinder on that truck. You can pull the engine if you want and get to it. YOUR CHOICE.
it's in the gas tank
That would be a 4L60E.
That would be the 4L80E transmission.
Yes it will. Those 2 engines are the same. That would be a direct swop.
hit it with a hammer....
16.3 what what i have been getting
fuses that go to the starter
In 1995 there were not any carburators as everything is fuel injection.