a loose wire in the electrical system could kill the engine at any time regardless of speed. Might want to check it out.
check fuel filter this will do the same.
Get your ignition module tested at a parts store. My truck did the same thing and that's what it was.
It could be one of those things, a loose battery connection, or fuel pump.
9 TIMES OUT OF 10 ITS A FUEL FILTER ISSUE RESTRICTING FUEL NEEDS AT THE TIME WHEN THE DEMAND IS HIGH, FILTERS NEVER GET CHANGED ,ITS A SIMPLE SYSTEM AND I'D START THERE, IF IT CONTINUES CHECK THE FUEL PRESSURE, THEN THE COIL ,IT MAY BE ON ITS WAY OUT.
That would be a 4L60E
That would be a 4L80E
1972 chevy cheyenne 10 super with 400 big block price will be at price of 19,900 $
I would suggest a new set of plug wires.
It would depend on what year. The newer ones are self adjusting.
the Cheyenne Indians usually traded corn/maize for goods such as salt to season the buffalo. but once in a while they would make necklaces to trade.
difference in a cheyenne and silveradoChevy cheyenne was a lighter duty model,normal difference would in the frames thickness and suspension capabilities, the silverado was made on a heavier frame and the rear gearing might be a little different to allow for more initial torque when towing a heavy load or when hauling, being as how the silverado it consider the best of the Chevy truck series, for towing, being beat by only one other on the market... the Chevy Suburban which has been the leading vehicle on the market for years as perfoming the best when towing....
5-30 in the summer is recommended. If you have the money I would run a Lucus oil stabilizer.
fuel filter? fuel lines? what all have you checked.
You would be farther down south in Cheyenne, WY
Would not recommend doing this without first removing the driveshafts.
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem with the emission system
Many of the vehicles are valued in price close to $3,000. The amount will vary depending upon their condition and number of miles on the vehicle.
I would recommend checking for codes before you do anything else.
Cheyenne Wyoming would be named after the Cheyenne tribe.
maybe its automatic transmission fluid
I would suggest clothes.
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Well it depends on what state ur in I had a 1984 Chevy sw bed and it was a peice and I raked in $2,500 but that's in Oklahoma.
It would bolt in, however, that entire vehicle is run by computer, and would not even start, without completely rewiring it, even if you could get by the smog laws you would be breaking by doing this.
The alternator would be your best bet. Go get it tested.
Vortec 4.3 should be 200 hp, however, it didn't come out until '94. Standard 4.3 is 160 hp.
blown engine, out of gas janitorial duties.
While anything is theoretically possible, the practical answer to this would be no.