You do not need to completely remove the dashboard in order to change the heater core. Remove the water hoses from the heater core. Remove the heater core retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new heater core.
a C1500 is a half-ton pickup, a C20 was a 3/4 ton. Chevrolet half ton trucks used to be called C10s.
Gm does not use inertia switches.
Remove the wiring harness from the wiper motor. Remove the wiper arm linkage. Remove the wiper motor retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new wiper motor.
under the dash on the passenger side.
It's part of the electronic engine controls.
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The recommended spark plug gap on a 1996 Chevy C1500 with a V8-305 engine is .060"
You remove grill to remove and replace the headlights.
First thing that comes to mind, fuel pump.
Probly under the drivers door on the inside of the frame.
off the driver side exhuast manifold
My 1996 is governed at 100 on the dot.
Remove nut holding the trans mount to the crossmember jack trans up off of the crossmember then hand wrench bolts out of trans and reverse process.
It is inside the upper intake manifold. To get to it you must remove the throttle body, upper intake manifold, and several electrical lines and fuel lines.
You'll need to pull much of the air shroud under the dashboard. Once you expose the heater core you'll need to disconnect it from under the hood. There are a few studs near the heater hose connections that hold the core in place. Pull them only after you've removed enough of the air shroud to get the core out.
it is just a bunch of bolts very easy climb under there i think there all either 10mm or 3/8 then it comes right off
1996 chevy c1500 pick up 305 motor bolt torque spec intake manifold
When you will be sustaining a speed of over 45 mph
for a 93 Chevy c1500 pickup they are fairly simple they are just screwed into the exhaust pipe u can easily just go to a autozone rent a oxygen sensor removal tool looks like a socket but has a cut down the side and use that to remove it maybe even a right size wrench
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