The seats are in good shape and i'm not really concerned about not having power windows or locks. I'm pretty sure cruise control can also be added or is that more work than its worth?
Okay, the tires looked like they were in pretty good shape yet. I didnt see any rust on the body and I didnt check the brake lines that would be something to look at. I was also planning on changing all the fluids and filters if I do buy it. Thanks for the input.
I'm thinking about bidding on a 2002 Silverado in an upcoming auction near me, the truck is an automatic with the 5.3 and 2WD long bed it is the work truck package so no cruise or power windows. The only thing extra it has is Air Conditioning that does work. It has 70,000 miles on it. I went and looked at it today and it starts and runs really well. The power steering fluid was just at the bottom of the dipstick I don't know if that's a major concern my mom has a 2000 and the rack has always leaked a little bit. The oil and antifreeze looked good. This would be a first truck for me what do you guys think? Is there anything I should watch for? what would a fair value be? Thanks
I have a 2000 Silverado 5.3L with the fault Code PO442 (Small Evap System Leak) what should I try replacing first to solve the issue? I am thinking either the fuel cap or the EVAP Canister purge solenoid and where is the EVAP canister purge solenoid located? My Scan tool has the capability of running a test on the EVAP system but what do I look for when this is done? It hasn't been starting on the first crank when sitting overnight lately but it would immediately start after retrying it seems to have quit doing that though could that be related to a bad Purge solenoid? Thanks in Advance
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