Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: change water pump
1 disconect neg.battery cable 2 drain the cooling system 3 remove air intake tube from filter housing to throttle body 4 remove top half of fan shroud 5 remove the serpentine belt 6 use a strap wrench to prevent the waterpump pulley from turning while turning the fan clutch in the counterclockwise direction. 7 remove fan and set aside 8 remove belt tensioner 9 remove hoses from water pump 10 remove 6 bolts, 3 on either side and remove the water pump. 11 remove the thermostat housing from the old pump and install on the new one. 12 re assemble in reverse order. make sure the mating surface of the engine block where the pump bolts on is clean and free of old gasket material before installing new pump and gaskets. When assembled fill cooling system, start engine and let idle untill thermostat opens and engine reaches operating temp.KEEP WATER LEVEL FULL. After a test drive recheck the coolant level, and you are done.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
SOURCE: how to replace a oil pump
Probably a 3 out of 5 on my diy difficulty scale, here goes: 1 remove negative battery cable 2 raise and support the van on jack stands 3 remove the motor mount bolts from both sides( do not worry the engine will not fall on you) 4 remove the oil pan retaining bolts 5 unplug oil level sensor if equipped 6 bump oil pan with a RUBBER mallet to break the gasket seal 7 remove oil pan, you might have to raise the engine with a jack placed under the front pulley, use a block of wood to avoid marring the pulley, and raise the engine just enough to allow the oil pan to slip out. 8 remove the oil pump retaining bolt and allow the pump to come straight down. 9 you will have to re use the intermediate shaft, the collar that holds it on will most likely break when you try to remove it, you can get a new one, it will probably come with the new oil pump. You can reuse the oil pump pickup tube, but it is cheap insurance to replace it. reassemble in reverse order, pay attention to the oil pan gasket, be careful and get the corners in correctly, extra time spent here will prevent a leak later.
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
hello, on this vehicle the oil pump is mounted behind the front timing cover. you will have to remove the front diff, the oil pan, then the water pump and lastly the front engine timing cover. takes about 12 to 12 hours to replace
Posted on Jun 19, 2010
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