Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Bravada
What's the easiest way to lift a 1999 Oldsmobile Bravada a couple inches???
The vehicle is 16 years old, sort of late
for that now
You can lift the body or raise the suspension
That suspension is not well suited to be lifted
Done properly, will cost a couple thousand,the
vehicle can't be worth more than that
There is nothing easy in the automotive repair
or modification world
Have you not checked the 4 wheel magazines or
web site forums or parts sites?
I would forget that & learn how to diagnose problems
& do preventative maintenance
When your 60 years old, you will be able to build something
from the ground up
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have the alternator checked at an auto store may be the alternator. If you need anything more go to collisionrepairadvice.com
Posted on Mar 10, 2009
If its a crank but no start, i would put money on it that it is your fuel pump, ive put two in my 1999 bravada, they have updated fuel injectors too (recomended), i changed injectors all the way to the pump fully new fuel system and it runs just fine now. go to ur local junk yard and pay about 50 bucks for a used one and see it if doesnt help... i would recommend trying a used one befor u spend 300 on a new one. good luck
Posted on Mar 26, 2009
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This job is a lot easier with two people but you can do it with 1 if you have to. Have someone sit inside and pump the brakes 3 or 4 times and on the 4th pump hold it to the floor(all the way to the floor and don't let up at all). While they hold it to the floor you take a little end wrench and (Starting on driver side front going to pass. front next then pass. back and so on) you should already have the tire off before pumping brakes. On the caliper(the thing that holds the pads) there is a little bleeder nut Should be near where your brake line goes into the caliper. Now while they hold the pedal down you loosen that nut just a little bit and it should spit a little bit then maybe some fluid will come out maybe not on the first time but it does happen. Just dont leave it open longer than a couple seconds. Just long enough for air to escape then tighten back down. Repeat all those steps about 4 or 5 times for each tire or until brake pedal feels hard to push in. Make sure while your bleeding that you check your master cylinder often if you let it run out u will have to start over from the beginning. Also make sure who ever is holding the pedal do not let up when bleeder valve is open. Same thing. I just wantedn to m
Posted on Jan 09, 2011
The fuel pump is located inside the gas tank, in order to replace it you must remove the gas tank from the car, remove the fuel pump module retaining ring and then remove the fuel pump assembly. You will need a good hydraulic floor jack, safety jack stands and a really good set of hand tools, a helper is a must. This is a about a 4 hour job. Be very conscious of the fire hazard here, fuel vapors can ignite VERY easily.
Posted on Jan 25, 2012
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