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It's extensive. Remove both engine mount bolts. The jack up the engine until you start lifting the truck. remove the pan bolts, drain it first. Then you will have to have a long pry bar to move the engine around to extract the pan. After that it is easy. Until you go to put it back together. BUT first... Remove a valve cover. If it has a bunch of sludge 1/8 to 1/4 inch thick. Then remove the engine and get another one. A new oil pump will not restore pressure on these. Bearings are worn out...Trust me I know.
Posted on May 08, 2014
Way too much time & work for someone at home in
the driveway, unless that is your hobby & you have
decades of vehicle experience & 20 thousand or more
The front diff & oil pan have to come off.
How do you know the oil pump needs to be replaced?
What test told you that?
Posted on May 08, 2014
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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
SOURCE: How do I reset
If you’re not interested in diagnosing your car, truck, or SUV Check Engine Light, or it’s already fixed, and you just want the engine light out, visit an auto repair store.
Most stores will have a universal Check Engine Light Code Reader that can quickly and safely reset check engine light trouble codes. It should take about 30 seconds and is usually free..
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
look under the front of your blazer, just below the bumper, and you will see a little access door in the plastic guard. Open this door, and you will find your oil filter.
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
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