Question about 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500
If you're going to replace the block,I would do the whole thing.What good is it really to replace the block but keep the same parts internally?Is that what you mean?I think so.If the ticking isn't too bad or loud,you should just let it go until something happens.Get AAA PLUS.AAA regular only tows 5 miles and you have to pay the rest towing.AAA PLUS tows up to 100 miles free for only about $20/year more.Insurance roadside assistance is the absolute worst coverage and will cause your insurance to go up from towing alone,but they DON'T TELL YOU THAT.Also,they only tow to nearest shop.$9 every 6 months is a ripoff/JOKE.Replacing anything drive-related is always better than rebuilding.It costs a little more but lasts so much longer.Rebuilding longevity can be horrible and replace will have some kind of warranty.Maybe only a year but better than nothing.Rebuilding head isn't too bad.My experiences and friend/relatives,all or nothing,basically.Same for transmissions.Rebuilt or used is the worst.My intentions on this site are to inform and educate.If you have any questions/comments,write here and I will get an autolink to your post and reply ASAP,and do not approve/disapprove until completely done,if you want a response because that cuts off communication between us.Greg
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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