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Logan Lanfear

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    Logan Lanfear
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    1998 Chevrolet K1500 Silverado

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  1. No, dont even try. It wont be easy because probably everything is a little different. Thats assuming you're 99 is a GMT 800. If you have a 99 classic you might be able to get away with it. But If it were me, I would pickup a new booster online. Here what rockauto has. https://www.rockauto.com/en/catalog/chevrolet,1997,k1500+pickup,5.7l+v8,1051175,brake+&+wheel+hub,power+brake+booster,1884
  2. NP208 Tools

    Most of those tools are just basic pullers it seems. I bet a press would be able to get most of the work done there. Messing with T cases can be difficult if you have never done it. This guy goes over them very well and is very smart. Im a fan of his videos.
  3. Gotta remember theyre using a different system for economy. Their skip fire. Not sure how this one works but its probably why. Thats if theyre right.
  4. 1995 Yukon Help

    Sounds like its stuck in 4WD. See if the code is related.
  5. Vin Number Search

    2018 might have been the first year with the no RPO codes in the glovebox. I think 2017 still had them.
  6. Full parts breakdown manual

    Are you looking for a part or multiple parts? Or do you just want to have the manual?
  7. 502 firing order

    1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 Same as any big block I would wager.
  8. Everything seems to be fine from that video. Oil pressure is fluctuating a little but I think the more common problem with these gauges is the sender off the engine. As for alternator load it also seems okay. But you can easily test that with a multi meter. Anything right around 14 is good.
  9. Dont forget about the most important part, the spring perches.
  10. 29 ft 5th wheel

    Sounds like a lot of work for 8 miles. You're definitely towing too much for your 94. I wouldnt. Especially if you have to remove the hitch after.
  11. Different axles from different platforms. The spring perches are probably different. Your master cylinder wont run the disc brakes as well. It would be a pretty decent deal to get a different rear end in the truck. Go to a junkyard and pickup a rear out of a junk truck. Change the fluid and itll be fine.
  12. Maybe try giving the ECM a shot then. Its a weird issue not having all the info.
  13. I dont mind VT. Yeah some of the choices that are made are not the greatest but I owe that to the huge population of older people. Its a little weird to travel in other states that have higher speed limits. I guess you just get used to whatever the limit is. But, on the other hand, the stats dont lie. The faster you drive the more likely you are to be in an accident and potentially die from that accident.
  14. Part of it is the roads themselves. Even our interstates are extremely windy with steep grades. It would cause a serious traffic problem with 18 wheelers struggling to maintain 60mph when a pickup goes flying by at 85. Also, the winter weather, which we see for about 7 months a year, plays a huge factor in how fast we can safely travel the roads. I can see why in TX the limit could be 85. Very flat and mild weather.
  15. 6.5 run a mechanical injection pump. That could be the candidate. Might be getting warm once the engine heats up and not able to pump the fuel the engine needs at low RPM. But I have never heard of an issue like that, thats my speculation. Something would have to tell the truck to shut off inside the ECM. And very rarely do ECM's have anything go wrong with them. Because it will continue to run if you race the engine I assume the filters are not plugged and fuel is getting to the injection pump fine. Could be just a pump adjustment issue. Try messing with the idle. Does it idle too low and stall or does it completely shut off immediately?
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