There have been many threads and polls concerning oil capacity in the 5. My brother in law has now reached almost 300K on his 99 Chev 6. You can look at the same engine on a pick up and it shows 6 qts. A week or so later you'll check and discover you can squeeze in about 20 fl oz more. Especially when you consider the truck has had a 6K lb trailer behind it most of it's life. .
Both the Chilton's and Haynes for my '76 Aspen say the 904 holds 4 quarts. My 1500 came from the factory with a leaky pinion seal on the rear axle. I've got the same question, but I know a few more variables. Marketing does a poor job of doing there homework. Oh, and get rid of this awesome remote starter you now use and go with one that shuts the engine off when you open the doors, that way you can make more money on replacement starters. If you do this wrong you will do dammage to your transmission. Do all that and then you'll be a little bit closer to being as good as Toyota.
Well if by tighten up the steering you mean there is excessive play in the steering wheel, this is easy. Thanks for the info you shared here and good day to you and your Tojo. I'm sure I would have noticed excess fluid after towing +7,200 lbs, nothing. Changing break fluid in Chevrolet Tahoe 1999 is also is a simple task. Marketing does a poor job of doing there homework. If the oil pressure stays up when the engine is warm and idling, you might be able to use a lighter grade oil.
Althought I would recommend pulling the cover and cleaning out inside and cleaning off the magnet. They are available for the following Chevrolet K1500 Suburban years: 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1992, 99, 98, 97, 96, 95, 94, 93, 92. Write down exactly how much oil it took--so you won't have to go though the process again. If the bearings are in good condition, use a lighter weight oil lower numbers. Check the link out for yourself.
A frame that flexes like a slinky, a engine that's so good you can hardly keep a cam in'em, and O'ya the wonder trannie, yep ya gotta wonder if it's really a 6 speed. I really don't see the big deal with overfilling the fluid. If you want to tow something like a 3000 lbs camper, light truck tires would be in order. For light towing a class 3 hitch and trans cooler is a must to p … revent damage. If you look at the Sierra you will see that the 4. If your C1500 Suburban is too low to the ground to access your drain plug and oil filter, be sure to use jack stands and safe jacking procedures before getting under your C1500 Suburban.
The transmission fluid should be checked when the is vehicle is warmed up and while the engine is on. Look in your owners manual under capacity's and it lists the engines and capacity for each. I used to work in an oil changing shop while in College and grew up working on cars. Many people saved thousands of dollars by doing some technical service procedures for their Chevrolet Tahoe 1999 by themselves. And maybe if the General works at it really hard, they can make the next model Trucks butt ugly as well.
Some have drain plugs and some don't. So pulling the 4000 lbs is fine. Even the system is much cleaner by itself but it ac … cumulates small pieces of metal with time. I can't understand why but there must be a reason. Call toll free to order or place your order online via our secure checkout system.
It is on a sticker in the drivers door jamb. After refill check oil level. Also, you do not have to take the rear axle cover off , as ther is a drain bolt that is flush on the bottom of the axle. These Cleopatras, Queens and Kings! The Trans oil dip stick has a red cap and is located on the left side of the engine when standing in the front of truck and toward the windshield. Normally you add gear lube until it runs out the hole used to fill it. I check it with engine hot and after sitting for a few minutes. O2 sensors There are 4 sensors 2 pairs with completely different connectors so as not to get them mixed up.
It's best to attach the hoses in the following sequence. Now you are holding the old switch and your troubles have just started the after market replacement switches really suck get a real gm switch. Then find the oil filler cap on the rocker cover on the driver side. Having just changed the pressure side hose on my 1996 Suburban it's actually pretty simple. We sell wholesale to the public. I got this from the Chevy website. I heard from another guy it's actually 9,000lbs if the car's not fully loaded, and only 6,500 when the car's fully loaded - could be bull.
If the air conditioning system in your vehicle needs refrigerant, be sure the proper refrigerant is used. The company that made that rear end put the fill line where they think it should be, Gm decided they liked it below that. I check it with engine hot and after sitting for a few minutes. When brake lights are off the switch will be on. Oh, and get rid of this awesome remote starter you now use and go with one that shuts the engine off when you open the doors, that way you can make more money on replacement starters. If you look at the Sierra you will see that the 4.