Crummy fuel guage sending units. The GM trucks are notorious for that kind of thing. Solid vehicle mechanically otherwise though. The above answer is correct but to maybe help a little more, try adding some Techron to your gas tank. You can buy it at Walmart or Pep Boys or AZ. Some of todays fuels have a lot of sulpher content and this adhere's itself to the fuel sending unit. The Techron helps dissolve this. I own a 2004 Corvette and a lot of Vette owners were advised to try this to alleviate the fuel sending unti problem and it worked for a lot of us, NOT ALL but it may help. Then do a Google search for TOP TIER GASOLINES or TOP TIER FUELS> There is a list of gasolines that have the right additives to help with this problem. I buy Conoco or Chevron or Texaco which already have the Techron additive in it so I don't need to buy it separately.
Yes they did make a Chevy Silverado SS. In fact they still make them. You can check out the new Chevy Silverado SS at it's own official site at http://www.chevrolet.com/silverado-family.
Around 3 gallons.
There is a problem with the charging system.
Yes, Chevy still makes Silverado trucks. The base model WT starts at around $20,000. The most powerful model, the 3500HD starts at around $30,000.
If you do, you will only do more damage. Time to overhaul or replace.
Blower motor switch. Put it on High and it will blow when sitting still with the engine running.
does engine turn over/ sounds like you have a bad starter motor. you are getting power to everything but loosing it when you try to start. generally is a good indication of a bad starter motor
The gauge cluster is electronic and the speedo is controlled by a small stepper motor that is a very common failure. Check with your local Chevy dealer to see if they will honor the recall for this (there is a TSB for it) Other wise visit our enthusiast forum for all the help you need to fix it yourself and save hundreds of dollars. www.trailvoy.com
no sir its not. sorry sir hope u still can reach out into your dreams and go buy a 3500:)
all my light work,changed my break light switch still dont have break lighs,i have good grounds
The door speakers are 6 1/2 " round...still looking for the size of the rear ones.
Your problem may be in the charging system, or a switch in the A/C system. Usually this is caused by a bad set of diodes in your alternator, go to an Advance autoparts and have them test your alternator, they can do it while its still on the vehicle.
My is at 171,000 miles...still running fine, no major mechanical problems. Although gas gauge is broken.
It is still sitting!
The fuel pump may be fine but the sending unit may not be. The sending unit is probably the most common cause of fuel gauge failure.
bad clutch, bad pressure plate, throw out bearing, air in the hydraulic lines...etc
R134a, R12 is no longer available if you system has no major leaks, ask around local shops for r12. there's still some out there.
Check all vacuum lines
If it is like a whirring whine that is probably a normal 4X4 noise. Any other noise I'd be looking into as a problem.
fuel injecters bad
check your vents on back of cab
Nothing anywhere is sitting still. All is moving.
GM phased out the in cab air filter in 2004. No filter to change on the 2005 model year. Napa still sells them, but their database of parts is flawed.
Does it have a miss? check plugs and wires. Also a possibility of a bad throttle position sensor.
ball joints could be bad Did you make sure you got all the air out of the power steering system?