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MaryAnn Fuller

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    The Cat of Florida
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    New Port Richey, Florida
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    2004 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 5.3lt

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  1. txab and drs611 thank you both so much for the help. The tips you provided are very helpful. I have been spending a lot of time, here of late, researching what this job entails and this forum was one of the first websites to come up. I am admittedly a bit rusty due to a spinal injury, though I did replace out my alternator a year or so ago. But of course that is one of the easiest R & R's to do... Sharpz I found your comment to be very rude and condescending. My question of "Is there anything I am missing" was a part of the same paragraph and therefore was directly related t
  2. fluids, brake pads, tranny refresh, and coolant are not a part of a "tune up" as far as I know. When I did tuneups when I was younger, it was plugs, wires, cap, & rotor. I was asking about the tuneup specifically... I always keep up on my fluids, brakes, alignments, tires, and all other regular maintenance... with regard to the coil packs.. how often do those need replacing?
  3. Hey Guys, I'm new to this site, so forgive me if I don't know all of the protocols. I have a 2004 Silverado 1500 with a 5.3lt engine (basic fuel) and its been a while since I have done any tune ups on any vehicle, so I kinda need a refresher... Does this truck need to have a cap and rotor replaced? As far as I can figure, I just need Iridium plugs, a set of wires, the air filter, and the O2 sensors. Is there anything I am missing? Also how many total O2 sensors are there? I know at least 2, up and down stream, or before and after the cat, but I am not
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