Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
Open the oil pain and main plate its simple
Posted on Apr 26, 2014
This Depends on a 2 Details, ENGINE Size 4by4 or NOT. Most are Fairly Simple Once the Oil Pan has been Removed and the OIL PAN is Normaly the HARDEST Part of it
AFTER OIL PAN REMOVAL
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you sure it's the oil pump, Most of the time it's the oil sensor that has gone bad. Just trying to save you lot's of job since the oil pump is at the bottom of the engine in the oil pan. You can check by having the engine running and looking down the hole where the oil filler cap goes. Rev the engine up a bit and you should see oil splashing around which means your oil pump is working. Your oil pressure is created by the crank shaft. Good luck
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: Oil Pump
well you have a main seal go out. what this means is there is an oil seal on the crankshaft behing the harmonic balancer. you also have a rear main seal this is on the crankshaft which is bolted to the flywheel and mounted to the transmission. if there was an oil puddle that means your oil pump is probably still good,however the replacement of the seal is not as easy as you might think. it is time consuming and tedious. If you wish to do this yourself, go to Napa or Oreilly's and spend the 20 bucks on the repair manual. it will have step by step instruction on your particular problem as well as other repairs. this is a good investment and will save you on labor costs. please rate this thanks and good luck keep me posted
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
SOURCE: 1999 Chevrolet Blazer oil pump
You must disconnect the motor mounts and remove the colling fan blade(so it won't hit the shroud) and raise the engine as high as poss, then remove the flywheel flex-plate cover and remove all the pan bolts, gently pry the pan from one side to the other until the gasket breaks loose, remove the old oil pump and reverse the procedure.
Posted on Oct 04, 2008
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