There are two types. One you just take the 4 nuts off of the water pump studs then the 4 bolts that hold the fan to the clutch and the second type that have a big nut holding the clutch to the fan which requires a special tool rentable from some parts stores
If itt the big nut type, a big crescent or pipe wrench will do the job;)
Umm yes, they are the SAME SUV
I have a 1997 chevy tahoe, and i get about 10 miles to the gallon usually
no it does not, you will have to remove the fuel pump relay or fuse to shut it off.
It is located in the gas tank
how to remove a clutch out of a transmition on a 1997 dyna wide glyde
the clutch went out on my 97 Chevy cavalier how do i fix it
Chevy did not use them on there trucks.
The oil pressure switch on a 1997 Chevy Tahoe is located on the back of the engine. It is in the center-rear part of the engine.
Yes it will.
It is a hydraulic operated clutch.
NO there is not. But boy that sounds good don't it. YOU MUST REMOVE THE FUEL TANK.
There are two fuse boxes on a 1997 Chevy Tahoe. One is under the hood, on the driver's side and the other one is under the driver's side dash.
Yes they are both 4L60E transmissions as long as they are both come from the same wheel drive Tahoe (2wd on a 2wd
Yes they are both 4L60E transmissions as long as they are both out of a 2 wheel drive.
No you do not, it is not in the way. First remove the transfur case from the back of the transmission. Then you will have enough room to remove the trans.
Does it have fuel, spark, compression?
Simple: Remove fuse #15. It is labeled DRL/FOG. If you have fog lights you will lose those too.
a 1997 Chevy Tahoe gets around 16 miles to the gallon highway and about 10 miles to the gallon around town that's about the best you get out of them.
yes it will
You will have to drop the fuel tank. Remove the pump assembly. The new pump should have instructions for replacing the unit.
YOU CAN"T, There is NO adjustment, Time to replace the clutch