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#500 of 655 1995 Chevy 12 passenger sport van
Jun 04, 2006 (1:46 pm)
This is a g30 1 ton the last year before they came out with the Express vans. Does anyone know the rear end gears they used in these? All the writing is worn off the glove bax label, so I jacked up the rear end and spun the tire and watched the drive shaft. Drive shaft only goes around 1.75 per full revolution of the tire. No wonder its so doggy when pulling my boat.
Jun 05, 2006 (5:11 pm)
I'm also having the same problem with the trailer brake controler wiring. I located all the wires for the rear of the van but only found the wires hanging in the engine compartment, which after doing a continuity check looks like they're just there running from front to rear. Can anybody please help?
#503 of 655 Replace Hepa filter?????HELP
Jun 19, 2006 (6:25 pm)
The air in our 96 express works great in the back, but not very well in the front. The van had just been driven in very dusty conditions to the Yukon. Someone mentioned to me that there is a filter(actually 2) beside the evaporator unit behind the blower, could be clogged? Would that actually affect the temp. output? the amount of air movement seems to be okay. Any comments or suggestions?
#505 of 655 Re: no power in passing gear [jimbob2093]
Jun 22, 2006 (12:11 pm)
i am replying to my own thread. the problem was the fuel filter . jiffy lube supposedly changed it at 60,000 but i doubt it. the problem showed up at about 89,000.
#506 of 655 Re: Annoying buzzer [av8dr]
Jul 15, 2006 (10:37 am)
hello funny you say that because my wife hates that buzzer to if you put the key in the ignition switch,like you are going to start her theres a fuse box right under the steering wheel right where the steering wheel is at the bottom under dash board you will hear that buzzer it is mounted on the steering column its going to be a black box you can unplug it and doesnt cause any problem with anything i also have a 99 express convasrion van and thats where it is on mine it should be the same if you can't get it from the bottom then you can get it from the top at the plastic molding if you have tilt steering wheel you have to put the van in low gear and easyily pull a part and unplug your head light switch and in my case the rear fan switch and on the right side of your steering wheel you will see a little black box mounted to the column
#507 of 655 97 g10 express bad idle, hesitation
Jul 15, 2006 (4:33 pm)
Hi, I got a 97 g10 van 4.3 vortec.....It has developed a very bad idle and hesitation problem, but it only lasts for a few min's on any start, cold or hot. I just had a tuneup (plugs wires cap rotor fuel & air filter) The problem started before tuneup & seems to be getting worse.Every once in a while it will bring up code# 0152 (high voltage bank2 sensor1)...but I think thats due to it allmost stalling. today it flashed code # 0300 (multiple cylinder missfire) when it allmost stalled.....any thoughts? fuel pump? coil?...1 more ?, has anyone replaced the coil on one of these? if so how did u get it out??....thank you
#509 of 655 Re: 97 g10 express bad idle, hesitation [tdog4]
Jul 30, 2006 (4:23 pm)
I had a similar problem with the idle and hesitation. It did it a lot, but not for the mechanic when I brought it in a couple of times. Then when I was getting it smogged, the mechanic found the problem. The fuel injectors needed cleaning. He charged me $50 for a BG fuel induction service kit and $75 to put a bottle of BG 44K in the gas tank and spray BG Fuel injector system cleaner into the intake system. (I got this off the receipt.) It fixed the problem.