If it is the new body style 2000 and up will fit. If it's the old body style then 1988 to 2000 will fit and match.
In 1988 there was a body style change , if the 1988 is the new body style then Yes you can.
It is in the throttle body.
Both. It has fuel injectors and a throttle body.
1988 - 1998.
it has a throtle body fuel injected
It is located in the throttle body.
If the 2000 is the new body style then YES it will.
1990 through 1998
On the passenger side of the throttle body under the air intake
It is bolted in the transmission valve body. You will have to remove the transmission pan to get to it.
4,400 to 7,000 lbs depending on body style and options.
98 will; 99 will not. Different platforms for those two model years.
CHEVY guit using carburetors back in 1987. You truck is fuel injected / TBI. Throttle body injection.
The throttle position sensor is on the throttle body opposite of where the cables attach.
I don't know about mounting it, but the diesel motor is too heavy for the suspension on a 1500 (1/2 ton) truck.
Somewhereit is on side of throttle body, at the throttle plate.
it's under the drivers side dash
Body lift MAYBE. suspension lift ? NO...
Inside the pan, passenger side of the valve body.
I doubt it as they changed the body style in 2000.
The EGR ( exhaust gas recirculation ) valve is located behind the throttle body on the passenger side.
A faulty ect (engine coolant temperature) sensor can do that.
It is on the throttle body, opposite of where the cables hook up.