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#635 of 654 Re: 2008 Chevy Express Van needs rotors every 5,000-20,000 miles [ferallynx]
Oct 08, 2010 (11:34 pm)
EDIT: Rotors were replaced with regular tune-ups. What I meant was: I had zero problems with the rotors, or the brake pads.
#636 of 654 1999 chevy cargo van oil capacity
Mar 13, 2011 (3:02 pm)
I have a one ton chevy van 1999 and it has the 5.7 liter engine, the owners manual tells you it takes 5 quarts of oil but that will not reach even the middle of the dipstick. I have always had to put in 6 quarts of oil when i do an oil change. Why is this going on when the book says 5 quarts, do the 1 ton vans ahve a larger oil pan or oil cooler that causes this to happen?
#637 of 654 after market torsion keys
Apr 01, 2011 (7:17 am)
I have a 2003 Chevy Express Van and cannot find any torsion keys to lift my van up enough to put on 285 size tires . I didn't want to sinch down the torsion bar bolts. Anybody out there use re-indexed torsion keys for a silverado or escalade? My van is a 2500 AWD, six lug with a 5.3 liter V- 8 From what I have been able to find , it looks like an Escalade, Yukon, and Silverado are the same. It's hard to believe there isn't a suspension company out there offering torsion keys for this van. I realize the roll-over rate is already a great possibility. The more I investigate the less that is offered for this vehicle. I can"t find a remote key case either. Any help on these items would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Have a nice day!
#638 of 654 re - Open differential is the standard diff ...
Aug 12, 2011 (5:32 pm)
You state, and I have read elsewhere, that locking differentials are not available from the factory anymore. I see it is not listed as an option currently on the Chevy Express cargo van.
When did availability stop?
I'm trying to identify the type of differential on a used 2003 Chevy Express 3500 I bought.
#639 of 654 Clogged A/C Line????
Sep 23, 2011 (2:13 pm)
I don't know whether to scream or cry. We have a 2004 Southern Comfort Conversion Savana. We JUST paid it off 2 weeks ago and as per Murphy's Law all hell has broke loose. I have a mystery puddle of water appearing in front of the front passenger seat. It just saturates the carpet!
The underside of the dash is dry as a bone, as is the door. The seam along the center console is damp and the carpet is seperating from the glue.
The water is now also starting to appear on the corner of the driver's seat by the center console.
And then TODAY my seatbelt warning light came on and stayed on although I had my seatbelt ON!
Of course all warranties have expired too.
So any ideas where this water may be coming from????? Clogged A/C line maybe?
#640 of 654 Re: Clogged A/C Line???? [momslimovan]
Sep 24, 2011 (8:55 am)
I may also be a leaking heater hose.
#641 of 654 97 Savanna Electrical problems
Oct 03, 2011 (4:07 pm)
Howdy, Just got a 97 Savanna, 84,000 miles, very clean, however, the brake lights work great when all the other lights are off, when I turn the headlights and that on the left light doesn't work and the right brake light lights up when I left off the brakes, and when driving the gas gauge goes berserk, cant never tell how much gas I have. This van has the TV, VCR, etc in it, very nice but I cant get the TV to work, does this thing have an inverter, if so where, I checked all the fuses right behind the drivers seat and they are all good, in fact all the fuses are good.....thanks for any help
#642 of 654 Re: fuel injectors [mjh7550]
Oct 13, 2011 (7:41 pm)
change the fuel pump sensor
#643 of 654 2006 express extended 2500
Oct 20, 2011 (6:41 pm)
Can anyone five me any advice about these vans? Are they reliable ?
#644 of 654 Re: 2006 express extended 2500 [ihatemy04frstr]
Oct 27, 2011 (8:14 am)
What kind of information are you interested in? Please feel free to email me directly with your questions.
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