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About carnau

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  • Birthday 02/21/1980

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    Chris
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    South Carolina
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    1985 C10

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  1. Getting the machine shop to cut one out to make it a little different. I will post pictures of the new one.
  2. Battery drain

    Sounds like you go a bad drivers door latch. When you open the door does it come up and say that the drivers door is open on the dash?
  3. Kinda hard to explain. It is on the drivers side, at the rear glass panel. The B pillar on a 2 door and the C pillar on a crew cab. Here is the Part you need - http://amzn.to/2BsArSw Here is a picture.
  4. Need to know what codes are in the vehicle. Goto your local parts store and get it checked or buy a inexpensive blue tooth scanner and let us know what codes are in the vehicle. We can help more after that. Blue tooth scanner - http://amzn.to/2srwURD
  5. Your pump is probably controlled by the FPCM (fuel pump control module). Have run into this many times. Do you have any codes in the vehicle? Here is the Schematic. A little more testing needs to be done but I am betting on a bad FPCM if you replaced the FP and it still has no pressure. Here is the link to the module. - http://amzn.to/2Ep91zH
  6. Personally I like the Wells if you don't want to go Delco. I have never had a problem with it. - http://amzn.to/2CiwfBO From the GM catalog this is the delco you need though. I don't know why Amazon says it will not fit your vehicle though. Maybe because it has to be cut in and is not a direct fit? Regardless this is the GM part number. ACDelco 214-2082 GM Original Equipment Vapor Canister Vent Valve Solenoid. Here is the Amazon link. http://amzn.to/2CknmaD
  7. It is actually made as a part of a dash piece. But is only held in with 4 clips and is easier to come out in all actuality. I am going to make a video on those and the new body trucks.
  8. DIY : Cold Air Intake

    Fortunately the new trucks come with a cold air intake. I still wonder why people are buying them for these new trucks when a few simple modifications can get you more free air flow. I did a DIY on it. I hope this helps someone. Thanks for looking.
  9. Why would you buy a cold air intake when your vehicle pretty much has a cold air intake on it now? All you need is a free flow filter and if you want a little more flow you can follow this easy setup.
  10. Taking the battery cable loose fixed it or something else?
  11. Np. Let me know if you need anything further.
  12. Disconnect the Negative battery cable and leave it disconnected for about 5 minutes. Try that and let me know what happens.
  13. Battery drain

    Just need a little more information. How long after the vehicle is completely turned off can and will this stuff continue to work?
  14. Exactly right. The stock intake is a cold air intake. Not a lot of people know that. Here is a way to get more free airflow and better filtration out of the stock unit.
  15. Here is an easy way to test it. First - Disconnect the vent valve hose. Take your vehicle to the gas station and try to get fuel. If it takes fuel replace - http://amzn.to/2C5h6DQ ( $55 - Vent Solenoid ) If it does not take fuel disconnect the canister hoses. Take it to get fuel. If it takes fuel replace - http://amzn.to/2H1JytF ( $119 - Canister ) If it does not take fuel go thru the fender well and disconnect the evap hose to the fuel pump. Go back and get fuel. If it takes fuel replace the hose from the fuel pump to the canister (can fill up with trash. Have seen it before) GM ORDER ONLY If it does not replace - http://amzn.to/2Edw2Sf ( $80 - Fuel pump )
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