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That engine has 2 of them and believe it or NOT. they are UNDERNEATH the intake manifold. You will have to remove the intake to even SEE them are to service them.
Bank 2 is the side of the engine where the #2 spark plug is. On my 99 Silverado it's on the passenger side.
Bank 1 is the drivers side of the engine. #1 o2 sensor will be the first sensor that is in the exhaust pipe that's closest to the exhaust manifold on drivers side head.
Bank 2 would be the passenger side of the engine, so the first O2 sensor threaded into the exhaust leading from bank 2 would be B2 S1.
Hhh not easy
6 qts. with new filter.
the float in your tank is probably bad, causing inaccurate readings.
195 to 210 degrees is just fine. If any hotter then there is a problem.
Should be one 10mm bolt.
that depends which wiring do you have the 01 or the 04 if 01 then get the 01 if not get the other
Knock Knock - album - was created on 1999-01-12.
loss of control over the air and heat
there is none. an 01 chevy with a 4.3 has a camshaft sensor and a crankshaft sensor that send critical info to the computer, it then adjusts timing electronically.
1/2 tons have the 4L60E / 4L65E 3/4 tons used the 4L80E / 4L85E
Knock First ended on 2004-10-01.
I have an 01 Chevy 5.3 single cab short bed 4x4. The PCV valve is on the back of the left valve cover.
passenger side transmission housing where the half shaft connects from the wheel
Yes they will. I have 305 24" wheels for my 01 Tahoe. They fit well.
Anything is possible if you have the money, but it would be by far cheaper to just purchase a used 01 Silverado with 4 wheel drive and sell yours.
There are 2 of them on that engine and both of them are UNDERNEITH the intake manifold. You can't see them are service them until you remove the intake manifold.
5W30 Weight in the cold months and 10W30 in the hot months. DON'T use anything heaver then the above are it will burn the valve train up.
Flow master mufflers add power and sound awsome.
yes it will
the high pressure sensor is mounted on the back of the a/c compressor with a snap ring and sealed with an "o" ring.