all you have to do is get a peice of tube that fit in the water lines and 4 small hoes clamps ( to make sure it doesnt leak ).
1.Disconnect the water lines from Throttle body
2.Stick lines on each end of the tube and clamp them down
3.Plug off both ends where you took the lines off the Throttle Body
It is pretty easy , I would think you would feel a differents .. I did , but I did alot of other stuff at the same time .. :dunno:
I have a 2004 GMC Sierra 1500, I recently had an issue where the truck didn't crank over in the parking lot, and I let off the key and tried starting it again, and there was no response at all.
I waited 15 seconds and cranked it again and it fired up, but I got the DIC error message about...
I’m new here, also recently bought a new to me 2016 Silverado 1500 I want too do something with exhaust, but not too expensive, I was thinking about getting a Borla muffler S Type but I’m not sure were to go from here it says inlet outlet I’m not sure about that, hopefully...
Okay, here's the deal:
I'm sure like most, you too are sick of the constant and chronic "what exhaust" or "what sounds best" or "(insert exhaust question here)"
So, here's what I am thinking:
explain exhaust theory and practicality (velocity, backpressure, flow, etc),
I just finished putting the new tbi on my 91 chevy silverado 1500 5.7 v8 350 and now it won't start. It turns over like it's wanting to start. It's been sitting waiting for a new tbi for about 3 wks and finally got the new one in a few days ago. Not sure what next. Sensors are all OK, no fuel...
03 1500hd. Had a lifter tap, 200xxx.
Bought a BTR cam kit, new oil pump, lifter, ext, mainly for the miles not preformace.
Anywho, broke it down and pulled the cam out untill the second bearing and she was stuck. Gently turned and moved in and out until I heard the dreadful clatter...
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