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disconnect battery for 24 hrs so the computer will reset and if that dont work take it to chevy dealer and have them reset it manually

1997 Chevrolet... • Answered 3 hours ago

dammed electronics ,bane of my life so your not the only one and in cases like this i can only suggest you bite the bullet and take vehicle to a main dealer .sorry i know this isnt the answer your looking for but from experiance certain things on modern motors you cannot do your self

2002 Chevrolet... • Answered 5 hours ago

I guess you have no knowledge about vehicles made for the last 35 years, since 1980 We have computers that monitor things & operate the vehicles You surely have heard of checking for OBD Codes You have an Evap System problem to find & fix & it does not have to be a failed gas cap Ever read your owners manual,their not of much use, but you have to get all that down first

2006 Chevrolet... • Answered Yesterday

there are a few youtube videos showing how to remove the manifold sorry unable to paste a link for some unknown reason but just search '' remove intake manifold 00 2,2 '''

2000 Chevrolet... • Answered Yesterday

I can almost 100% guaranty the turn signal switch is the problem. Power for the brake lights starts at the brake switch. power then splits from there and the third brake light gets power directly from the brake switch. Since the turn signal and the brake lights are on the same bulb power for the brake lights is routed through the turn signal switch. the switch depending on what position it is in will allow brake power or turn signal power to there respective left or right brake/turn bulbs. If you hold your foot on the brake pedal and wiggle the turn signal and or play with the hazard switch the brake lights will almost always intermittently start to work. this will confirm a bad turn signal switch which is pretty common on GM vehicle with this style setup. I’m happy to assist further over the phone at

1998 Chevrolet... • Answered 3 days ago

Brake Transmission Shift Interlock System

2005 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 17, 2021

The firing order of a GM 4.3L V6 is 1-6-5-4-3-2. When facing the front of the engine (serpentine belt/accessory side), Bank 1 is on the right and Bank 2 is on the left. Bank 1 contains cylinders 1, 3 and 5 while Bank 2 contains cylinders 2, 4 and 6. Cylinders are numbered starting at the front of the engine and working back towards the flywheel side. You can read more here:

Chevrolet Cars &... • Answered on Jun 17, 2021

Connecting Rod Bolts - First Pass 20 N·m 15 lb ft Connecting Rod Bolts - Final Pass 85 degrees of bolt head rotation.

Chevrolet Cars &... • Answered on Jun 16, 2021

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2004 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 16, 2021

There are two screws on either side of the armrest. Remove with Allen wrench or Phillips head. Be sure the armrest is closed position. After removing screws lift straight up to remove the armrest. Save the screws.

1994 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 12, 2021

fuel pump relay-nznddqmaep3tiu142ou3nfjd-6-0.jpg The fuel pump relay should be under the hood on the firewall, square with a 3 in it. Hope you can read it?

1990 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 12, 2021

Sounds like your brake vacuum booster has a cracked internal diaphragm. You will have to replace the whole booster assy because you can’t repair this. This is the big round saucer looking part that bolts to your firewall under the hood and the brake master cylinder bolts to it.

Chevrolet Cars &... • Answered on Jun 12, 2021

poor mpg will be your find about 10 to 12 if a 8.50 ring gear is in the rear axle

1986 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 12, 2021

Voltage to the coil of the courtesy lamp relay, dome, reading lamp, courtesy lamps, cargo Lamp, instrument panel (IP) compartment lamp and the underhood lamp is supplied from the Inadvertent power relay on CKT 1732. The inadvertent power relay receives voltage from the CTSY LP fuse which is hot at all times. Ground for the courtesy lamps goes through the courtesy lamp relay. Both relays are controlled by the body control module (BCM) based on inputs from door jamb switch, dome lamp switch or door handle switch. The BCM will supply a ground to the courtesy lamp relay when closing any one of the above switches to ground. Ground for the reading lamp, cargo lamp, IP compartment lamp and the underhood lamp is supplied by its own ground.

1999 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 11, 2021

The heater core is located under the dashboard inside the car. right behind the radio. theres 2 covers that control the flow of air. the first is relatively simple. remove the bolts and pull it out, if it resists try to find what it is hung up on. then the second cover is what covers the actual heater core. remove that by removing the screws and it should come out also with relative ease. then on the outside of the car, almost to the bottom of the firewall, there are two hoses, one is your ac the other is your heat, remove both of those and the heater core should be free other than four screws holding it in the car, remove those and it should come out. replacement is the exact opposite of removal.

1996 Chevrolet... • Answered on Jun 11, 2021

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