Check your fuel filter....located under driver's side seat, inside frame rail. Be careful when removing; that location gets lots of roadcrud and the fittings will easily rust. If you crack the fuel line.... Second place to look is fuel pump; top of the gas tank - gotta pull the bed for access. Ick. The fuel pressure at the engine should be > 50psi, although you can get by above 40-ish psi, but the idle will be noticably rougher the farther below 50psi you get. Luck!
i have 291,000 on my 99 with the 4.8L and have no problems so far with the engine.
They have problems with the door switches.
A Chevrolet Silverado that has cruise control problems might be having a problem with the part of the engine that controls speed and fuel intake. One culprit for this problem is the Speed Control Sensor that is located in the transmission. This part can be easily changed because it is more or less a probe that fits into the rear of the transmission.
Yes it will fit right in there with no problems.
Blown speakers, bad wiring or radio problems.
What type of silverado and what is the VIN and I'll tell you.
abs module.. Chevrolet had alot of problems with these modules in the early 2000 thru 2003 models.. i thought the had fixed the issue.. apparently not
YES, They will fit with no problems.
There are none .
NO, but a good tuneup will probably cure your problems. There is no cure in a can for the symptoms you list.
I doubt it, but you can find out here... You are probably having the same issue I am with the gas gauge going crazy. If that is the case, then that is a common problem... http://www-odi.nhtsa.dot.gov/cars/problems/recalls/recallsearch.cfm
YES, They sure are and will interchange with NO problems. Direct bolt in.
question is asked the wrong way. Troubleshooting is going down a list of possible solutions to problems, You haven't said whatr the problem is.
Idling problems, go to repair shop Could be: Timing chain Timing belt Injectors Distributor issues
There are many pros, - Chevy silverado trucks keep more value over the years. - have beat F-150s in many reports/reviews. - chevys are very easy to fix if they need work. - Chevrolet trucks are known for power, and not known for problems. the only bad thing i have ever heard of from a Chevy is that the brake pad life isn't very long for the older models, but i don't think that is a problem anymore. - answered by, yes, a 14year old girl(:
You need to be more specific. What sort of fuel problems does your Chevy Celebrity have?
the chevy has less problems everything on the chevy has been tested for years
could be a host of things but one of the easiest to try would be your fuel filter. changed it lately? its located on the d-side inside of the frame rail. while you're at it check your air filter too.
You may want to check to see if this was covered by the Chevy recall for the tailgate problems on the 2000 Silverado. I don't remember - you can either look up the TECH Bull. or just call your local Chevy dealer and ask. When I inherited my dad's truck, I looked at the recall/service CHEVY page and took the truck in to have that work done for free. Worth the phone call...
That could be any number of problems. Anything from bad fuel to an ignition system problem to a fuel system problem,etc. The list goes on.
The three possible types of modification problems are: Deletion, update, and insertion problems
They have problems with yhe intake manifold gaskets. Felpro has a improved set that do not leak.
Yes it will go right in there, No problems.
YES IT will fit right in. No problems.
faulty actuator switch. GM had some problems with these.