lot of work lot of money needed first you will need to find a donor car the same as yours for the wire harness pcm ecm and all neede mounts sensers
first off is the motor a 90 degree v-6 if so it will not work with a t-5 transmission have to go to a later model 6 speed. now some newer models had five speeds but they are very rare. supercharger is highly possible if you have about three and a half grand counting motor rebuild etc. The only thing about the supercharger is that you will have to have hypeurtectic pistons for running low compression or you wont be able to keep head gaskets on the motor.
oh first off the 6 speed is a borg warner t-56
Exactly what are you referring to flush, the radiator, transmission or possibly the brakes. Purchase a Haynes Manual and it has all the information you will need.
You possibly have a leak in the cylinder head gasket.You possibly have a leak in the head gasket.
Not unless you are prepred to swap all mountings, wiring, computer controls, computer and possibly the transmission. There is probably more stuff that I haven't thought of.
It will be one of possibly 2 things. The seal is not the correct one or is not being installed correctly. Or the transmission is building to much internal pressure. Look on top of the transmission and the is a vent tube, be sure it is free of obstructions.
It can make the valves and pistons collide causing severe damage in the cylinder head and possibly damaging pistons.
The transmission cooler (possibly part of the radiator) has failed
The 85 had a 305 as an option....so yes. It will fit. However, the computer and possibly the transmission will have to be replaced. The motor mounts will also have to be moved to the correct location....which should already be drilled in the frame.
The transmission cooler (possibly part of the radiator) has failed.
If non brake fluid is added to the master cylinder, possibly.If non brake fluid is added to the master cylinder, possibly.
1500lbs but your tracker can not properly tow that much weight because there was no factory tow packages that came for or with trackers, they are all after market, therefore you will need a transmission cooling system or you will fry your transmission and damage your transfer case possibly even your rear axle.
It is possible but very costly, best bet would be having a donor car for parts. Parts required would include: transmission, shifter and cables, clutch, axles, reverse lights switch rewiring, master cylinder, slave cylinder, lines, clutch pedal, many hours of work and possibly more that i forgot But yes it is possible, good luck It is possible but very costly, best bet would be having a donor car for parts. Parts required would include: transmission, shifter and cables, clutch, axles, reverse lights switch rewiring, master cylinder, slave cylinder, lines, clutch pedal, many hours of work and possibly more that i forgot But yes it is possible, good luck
Possibly, sometimes the brake cylinder develops rust and sticks. If a cylinder has problems I find it easier to replace the whole cylinder or caliper.
most likely a rev limiter dont quite know cause you didt post specs model type of engine transmission and possibly where its from ( i.e. America , UK ? )
Manual transmission: Clutch Automatic transmission: possibly low transmission fluid
Possibly weak u-joints or transmission mounts
Possibly low fluid.
This is a common problem in Chevrolet pickups. You will have to buy another radio or possibly have that one repaired.
Possibly. Look at the model # on each transmission. If they are the same, then they are interchangeable.
We'd need to know which transmission you had, first. Either you have a 6L80E, 4L80E, or possibly an NV4500.
The carburetor has an electric choke that is possibly shorted.
There are several online sites that sell Chevrolet parts both locally and abroad. However, I would first consult a mechanic to determine the exact issue your Chevrolet is having prior to purchasing possibly unnecessary parts.
possibly a bad linkage between your shifter and your transmission, if that's not the problem its the reverse gear in your transmission
It is possibly the shift interlock solenoid either defective or out of adjustment.
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It could possibly