The green color antifreeze will be just fine.
Probably in need of a complete tune up.
my 1997 Chevy k1500 well run fine and then it trips fuel pump relay
Mercon works fine.
automatic trans fluid. Mercon works fine.
it means everything is fine, code 12 denotes that system is operating fine...
1988 through 1995 will work just fine.
Dead battery. Recharge it and see if it will start. If not, remove the battery and go have it tested.
Do not install the shims. Your starter should work fine.
bad light switch.
If you are not towing you should be fine.
It would depend on your environment. If it stays well above freezing, straight 30 weight is fine.
Absolutely. If it is the price that is an issue when it comes to pickups, 1 is fine. my stratocastor has one pickup, and sounds great.
No, its fine, its just people.
Morton Fine died on 1991-03-07.
the heatercore is most likely plugged up; get a new one; they are about 50 bucks; the ducts could have fallen off or rotted away but it think your heater core is plugged; a flush MIGHT help but a flush after your new heater core is installed would be money better spent
I have a screeching sound in my pick up when it gets up to 2000 rpms. Does not make the noise while idling and starts fine.
I just had this problem with mine, and it was a loose nut on the linkage. There is also a brackett held on by the transmission pan bolts, they were loose too. After tightening all these up it shifts fine again now.
bad rack and pinion assembly I believe the Chevy Z71 Pickup has a recirculating ball gear box instead of rack and pinion. However, the cause of the problem is still most likely in the gear box.
check for a spark from you r#1 cylinder and if it is fine then it is fuel related. If it's not fine check your distributor cap for wear
A Fine Romance - film - was created in 1991.
I don't know the average lifespan of a Chevy but i own a 1985 Chevy Capice Classic and it runs perfectly fine.
Generally speaking yes. I'm not sure about the newest body style, but traditionally the van and pickup shared the same platform, axles, powertrain, etc. Keep in mind the offset is different between 2 and 4 wheel drive trucks. If the donor wheels are off a 2wd pickup you should be fine.
I just bought a 79 Chevy with the 5.7 350 in it..it was doing the same thing next time you put gas in it get some sort of additive like carb cleaner and put it in the gas then try and blow it out a little I drove mine about 100 miles when I bought it and it seems to be just fine now
Have the pickup coil in dist checked this is what triggers the throttle body injectors