Hi my name is Jeramiah and my water pump is going out i live in cheyenne wyoming (noware) the only shop that will work on my car want way to much to fix it i have not really worked to much on this car but i am relitilivey car smat do you know of any ware that i could print off some how to's on changing the water pump and timing belt??? please help
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It depends on where you live really. Let's say you live in Texas, the fall and winter mornings can be bitterly chilly...but by noon be hot as heck. During the summer it is hot always. If it were me I'd use a manual choke in southern areas. or if I were in Michigan I'd probably use a electric choke. I actually say that because manual chokes in a place like Michigan will get stiff, rusty or freeze without proper maintenance and shielding. I lived in Alaska and Cheyenne Wyoming and noticed in Alaska that cable chokes and linkages would bind up in extreme temperatures. But when all else fails try the Weber Electric choke.
no it will not work as these are 2 different style bodies.the 83 has the tanks on the outside of the frame and no fuel pump in tank.the 93 tank is located inside the frame rails and has a electric pump in the tank.
I can help you with part of your question.Water to coolant is always a 50/50 mixture.This is because water isn't as good as coolant for cooling and coolant is harder on aluminum than water.This is why it is an equal split.The fastest way to remove your rad fluid is to undo the lower rad hose.You can empty a system very quickly by doing this.Dispose of your old coolant immediately and DO NOT let your pets near it.I would call your nearest dealer to find out about your lights. Good luck
It depends upon their shop rate. You can check around for a reasonable rate & not pay $100. per hour. It will probably cost 2-300 depending on the shop and whether they go by the book per shop time. Don't be afraid to ask for a specific price in writing. Hope this helps you, Rick