A 2WD Tahoe does not have torsion adjustment bolts, it uses front coil springs and not torsion bars.
Get under the truck safely and you will see a bolt head sticking down near the front of torsion bar on the adjuster; simply adjust both sides EQUALLY. If you jack it up too much, it makes the ride rough and is hard on ball joints. Make sure you get your front end aligned after you do anything with the torsion bars.
Weak torsion bars
Yes you can Adjust the torsion bar to raise it. I did this on my 1 ton Chevy to raise the front end. I had an alignment right after and it has worked great ever since.
Check universal joints if possible throw some grease on them and if it doesn't improve then most likely they have to be replaced.. Check universal joints
NO it is not. But you do need to change the oil and filter.
No you do not, it is not in the way. First remove the transfur case from the back of the transmission. Then you will have enough room to remove the trans.
Do you hear a "ping" when shifting from Park to Drive or Reverse? Do you hear a "Squeak, squeak" going down the road Is there any play in "U" joints?
Need to check u-joints first. Then look at the shock bushings, and make sure there not loose.
Start with changing the fuel filter.
One of the causes for low oil pressure in a Chevy Tahoe could be a clogged or dirty oil filter. Changing the filter may get rid of the problem.
A 2005 Chevy Tahoe will take a maximum of 5. 5 quarts of oil. As always, it is best to check the level on the dipstick when changing oil.
Transfer case pump grinding a hole through the casing, U-Joints, bearings.
It is located in the gas tank
check the front cv joints and make sure it in not in 4 wheel drive There is no 4 wheel drive on a Tahoe limited.
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Not sure which engine you have but I don't think the 02 Tahoe uses timing belts. I believe they use a timing chain instead and that should last the life time of the engine.
The maintenance schedule of a Chevrolet Tahoe recommends changing the oil every 3000 miles and rotating the tires every 9000 miles. The schedule also recommends flushing the transmission every 30,000 miles.
try changing the sending unit for the temp gauge
This depends on:How many of the colis need changingWhether the wiring is damagedAnd what engine it you have
Seats from a 02 Tahoe will not fit in a 98 Tahoe. The 98 Tahoe is smaller than the 02.
You need to check the u-joints in the driveshaft. If you don't find your problem there, then please ask your question again.
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No, there is no V6 Tahoe.