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Chilton & Haynes manuals are cheap and everywhere, but spend the extra $35 and get the GM repair manual from your local dealership, you will spend way less time pulling your hair out. Other descent resources online are All-Data (refered to in the industry jokingly as No-Data) or Mitchell-On Demand both have websites. They are fee based (yearly subscriptions) with these you can look up any vehicle in their database and print out there instructions during your subscription time. The GM manual is going to be by far your best bet if you own this vehicle for all of your future repairs in the long run.
The 2001 model of the Light-Duty Silverado 1500, had an option of four engine sizes; a 6.0L Vortec V8 engine, a 4.3L Vortec V6, a 4.8L Vortec V8 or a 5.3L Vortec V8. The Heavy-Duty 1500HD comes with three engine options, these are 6.0L Vortec V8, 8.1L Vortec V8 and a 6.6L Duramax V8
NO. That would be the TBI / throttle body injection engine Not a vortec. The vortec will not work in the 91.
As far as a direct bolt in NO. But if you have the smarts and the know how, you can put anything in there.
No, the LS2 is an all aluminum 6.0 liter engine. The 5.3L engine in the 2000 Silverado is an LM7 version of the Vortec 5300.
A 2000 Silverado 5.3 Vortec that is hard to start and misses on one side of the engine might have a problem with the coil pack or the spark plugs. It could also mean that the block is cracked if the engine is prone to overheating.
A 2000 Chevy Silverado K2500 with 6.0 Vortec engine.
You will need an after market Vortec Intake None FI 4BRL set up. The vortec engine has longer runners to increase air speed for the vorteciy action of the heads.
The 5.3 liter Vortec Engine on the 2000 Chevy Silverado has a tapered crank shaft. The crank pulley has no woodruff key, is not indexed and is pressed on.
NO YOU CAN NOT. It will not lube the engine bearings.
No it is not. It is a factory TBI / Throttle body injection, None roller camshaft 5.7L 350 engine.
put a higher voltage ingition module on it
The vortec has bigger pistons