If the fuses are good, then check the light switch itself. It could be that over time the current draw on the light circuit has damaged the plug-in connection at the switch. check the fuses
Chevy didn't offer a 350 in an 86 Camaro, but if they did, it would theoretically work in an 87 Caprice.
No it will not. To long.
There are several things that can cause your day time running the light relay switch to malfunction in your 2001 Chevy. The most common cause is a loose or corroded ground wire.
The average amount of pounds a Chevy Caprice would take is 3 to 4 pounds. Freon is difficult to obtain and you have to know what you are doing to charge a car.
It will go right in there no problem.
It happens only the highway at about 100 km/h.
Needs a good tune up?
A supercharger would have a dramatic effect.
I would say a 1994 model or a 1993. In my opinion because Chevy didn't think about closing it out.
yes but would be different trans. and wiring.
A vacuum leak can do that. Check the gasket at the base of the throttle body for a vacuum leak.
Most likely you either.... 1. ran the motor out of oil 2. had an oil pump failure 3. had a bearing failure No matter the reason, if the motor stopped, chances are that you seized up the motor.
choke not working
a vac leak
Need a little more info, like what year would be helpful. Then we can get into what to do for timing.
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
305 Small Block Chevy engines typically were 8.6 compression ratio and would use 87 octane fuel.
i don know how would a monkey fix it
for everyday use (TRW)
That is exactly what it is suppose to do. This allows you to check and see if the lights are working properly. If they did not come on and then go off when you start the engine, you would never know if the bulbs were working properly.
we are trying to find regular factory wheels that fit the lug pattern off of a 1997 Chevy blazer s-10 2 wheel drive
IF BOTH HEADS ARE REMOVED ABOUT 900.00
Faster, 2.73. Quicker, 3.08.