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  1. Ok so I got the compressor, evaporator tube, hoses, and the condenser out tonight. Gonna replace it all this weekend. However I’m curious about how to flush the hose out properly as it has the canisters built into it. Also should i remove the pressure sensor when flushing the lines. I want to be sure I do this right so I don’t wreck the new compressor.
  2. My plan is to replace the AC Compressor, Condenser, Evaporator Valve, and Seals However I’m trying to figure out if it’s necessary to flush the evaporator. And how to do it since you can’t flush through the evaporator valve? Replacing the parts is easy enough.
  3. Good afternoon guys, So the AC compressor clutch on my 2015 Silverado 1500 LT, with the 5.3L V8 Flex engine just seized and snapped the belt. Time for some repairs. As I am out of warranty I was hoping that you guys could give me some assistance on the parts that need to be changed so I get this right the first time. By the image below (from GM Parts Direct), what number parts should have be ordering to complete this repair successfully the first time. I know I need #19 (Compressor) and #1 (Condenser assy). What other parts do I need? Also, I'm having issues finding AC Delco parts at a decent price. Would a Denso AC Compressor work just as good? Would a Keystone aftermarket Condenser be just as good? What Santech AC Ring Kit would I need? My thanks in advance guys!
  4. You guys are awesome, thanks for the help. Got it all changed out yesterday! Thank you!
  5. Can anyone tell me where the PCV Valve is on the 2015 Silverado 1500 LT w/ 5.3L. I thought it was off the two hoses from the intake air box but it turns out those are just two metal ports. Please let me know, and if possible provide a picture. Thank you!! Ant
  6. Hey all, I just received my complete set of 5100's for my 2015 Silverado 1500 LT. I'm looking to level the front with the back using only the adjustments on the front struts (leaving the stock blocks, etc...). Presently the struts are on the stock setting (1 of 4 notches). My question is, which notch should I set the circlip on, to get the front level with the back? My truck is mainly a city driver, so I'm not worried about nose lift when towing and such. Just want the nose level with the rear during my city driving. Your help is appreciated. Notch 1 - Stock Notch 2 - 0.75" (19mm) Average Lift Notch 3 - 1.26" (32mm) Average Lift Notch 4 - 1.85" (46mm) Average Lift Thanks, Ant
  7. Can anyone provide the torque spec for the rear differential cover bolts for a 2015 Silverado 1500 LT with the 9.50 rear end. Just need the lbs for the cover bolts replacing with a factory gasket and want to make sure it's right. ThanksS
  8. Hey all, I was wondering if anyone has installed White LED in their reverse lights similar to the Cadillac Escalades. If so how did they work? Was there any affect on the electrical system? What bulb did you use? I'm interested in doing matching LED in the reverse lights, license plate lights, and the cargo/truck bed lights and was wonder about electrical issues with draw if any, and what bulbs to use. Thanks, Ant
  9. Good evening all, I'm Anthony, new to the forum. I recently purchased a 2015 Silverado 1500 Texas Edition with the 5.3L EcoTec3 Engine and the 6 Speed 6L80 Transmission. Truck is RWD. Questions: 1. It's a RWD truck, what differential fluid does it use, AND what is the service interval to replace the fluid? 2. Also when is the service interval on the transmission fluid? 3. The truck is very slow off the line, is there anything that can be done to fix that? Thanks guys! -Ant
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