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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
buy an aftermarket electric pump from Summit Racing and mount it on the frame rail right near the filter....do not waste time dropping gastanks and paying for ridiculous gm type in the tank pumps, the in the tank pump is a giant fock u to the public from the automakers.....remember the little mechanical cam driven two bolt cuteys? 15 bucks and 15 minutes and you were done.... thanks big three!
Posted on Feb 26, 2009
You will need to contact your local GM dealer with the VIN # proof of ownership & possibly the radio SIN # they will be able to retrieve the code for you if it is the original radio for your truck.
I know it's kind of late now but, If you need to replace your battery & don't have the code I recomend attaching another battery to the battery cables via booster calbes while you install the new battery.
I hope this helps
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
under the intake plentium right in the middle of the valley between the heads. bad for wires getting corroded and rusted. it holds water in the knock sensor holes, you can buy the harness
Posted on Mar 08, 2013
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