It has been a couple years since I did it, but as I recall... I removed the fan cowl for working room-while waiting on remaining antifreeze to drain then got a big a** adjustable wrench (I had to buy one because it was the only thing I could find that would work) and removed the fan from the pulley I thnk I had to put something though the hole in the pulley to keep it from moving. Remove belt ( I assume you know how to do this) locate bolts at each end of the water pump, remove, and scrape off old seal. I believe I had to use some RTV to create new seal, then bolt back together, and check directions on RTV for drying time before refilling with antifreeze/water. You may also want to remove the pulley from the old pump before removing it from the block as you will need it with the new one as well. and I found it easier to do this way.
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The fuel in a 1996 Chevy Tahoe is in the same place it has been in every car I've ever had: THE FUEL TANK. ()
On my 1996 Chevy Tahoe 5.7 liter 350 4x4 no rear A/C it is exactly 3.0 lbs.
There are screws
Start with a good set of tools, then a repair manual or online forum of owners of the same vehical, and very carefully replace.
Yes it will go right in there, and don't have to change nothing.
1995, maybe 1996
by hand :)
195 to 210 degrees is the safe range.
Chevy Tahoe Ignition Key Starter Switch
behind the glove box that is where mine is on a 1996 Tahoe
The Firing order is 18436572.
IF YOU have never done it, Then do it now Fluid and filter. Then change it every 20,000 miles there after.
Yes but modification will be needed