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Chevrolet Silverado 1500, Chevrolet Silverado 2500, Chevrolet Silverado 3500, Truck
#509 of 1497 Re: Leveling kit 2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 [mm1422]
Aug 02, 2005 (12:22 pm)
There is a bolt 18mm at the rear of your torsion bar which is the long bar under your front doors and you can turn that bolt clock wise to lift your truck 2 inches FREE! it rides the exact same and everything. and if that is not enough you can buy new torsion keys which can lift up to 4 inches to level at installed at any 4x4 shop but with torsion keys you are looking $400+ because you have to get new shocks and also labor.
#510 of 1497 Re: My 2500 Cheyenne's Brake lights will Not work. [chevy_beast]
Aug 02, 2005 (3:56 pm)
check and make shur the grounding in the taillights has contiuity.
#511 of 1497 chevy 2003 2500HD LS electrical??
Aug 01, 2005 (9:17 pm)
Hello all I am new to the forums. I just traded in my 96 explorer for a 2003 2500HD chevy silverado LS. I am very pleased with its performance. I live in MT and intend to do a lot of hunting with this truck. Well here is my question:
When I bought the truck the horn didn't work, the 4x4 light on the sterring wheel dash and tow light do not come on. I did look at the owners manuel and did figure out the horn problem. I changed the fuse and it works great. Does anyone know where or what fuse the tow light anf 4x4 fuse are. I tested it out and they both work. I took the pick up off roading and the 4x4 worked great. It is a 4x4 on the fly. It s on the left of the sterring where dash. That works great but I can't get the town lights or 4x4 light to work on the dash....Please help.........
#512 of 1497 Re: My 2500 Cheyenne's Brake lights will Not work. [junster]
Aug 02, 2005 (6:26 pm)
Thats the green wire right?
#513 of 1497 Re: 2000 6.0 - hard start when warm [justinsdsmt]
Aug 02, 2005 (9:00 pm)
Did you resolve your problem? My 2001 Siverado 5.3L started doing the same thing today. I've got 58,000 miles and after it has sat for 30mn or more, it takes several seconds to start, but once it's been running, you can shut it off and it will start right up. I was thinking leak in the line, causing it to lose pressure, but advancing the key for several seconds before starting didn't seem to have any impact on the slow start.
Hoping you've got some light to shed on the subject...
#514 of 1497 Re: '92 C1500 smoking [falcon241073]
Aug 03, 2005 (2:06 pm)
can no one help me? Any one got any thoughts??
#515 of 1497 430, 420 trouble codes 97 5.7
Aug 03, 2005 (2:18 pm)
Has anyone had experience with these codes.(420,430). The codes mean low efficency in both Catalytic convertors. Is it possible that the convertors both went bad at the same time? Or is it the oxygen sensors after the convertors. I had fuel injector problems that have been replaced recently. Could this have caused the problem? Would it cause damage to the truck if I drive it with these readings. All input would be appreciated.
#516 of 1497 Re: Leveling kit 2005 Chevy Silverado 1500 [mm1422]
Aug 03, 2005 (3:32 pm)
See reply #509. You can do it with the torsion bars. However, if you drive a 2wd it won't work as the suspension setup is a little different. Works for 4wd only.
#517 of 1497 Re: 350 starting problems [falcon241073]
Aug 03, 2005 (5:34 pm)
Thanks for replying. The engine turns over very strong. It happened today. After driving it for a while I parked it to get some coffee( 10 minutes) and it wouldn't start. After letting it cool of for a while (190 degress) 20 minutes, it fired right up. Is there a fuel relay or something like that. Any other suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
#518 of 1497 Re: inoperative fog lights [ddd522]
Aug 03, 2005 (7:54 pm)
check your fog lights to see if they have water in them. we just
purchased a 2000 chev 4x4 ext. and found that BOTH lights
had water inside.
obviously, it's a manufacturing defect by GM. Fog lights should
NOT fill up like swimming pools.