Driver's side actuator is on the bottom of the HVAC assembly, above the transmission hump accessible from under the dash. The passenger side actuator is on top of the HVAC assembly. It is accessible by removing the radio. Not too tough, you will see it in there a little to the right.
That depends. If you have the problem described in the TSB, (areas of the wax not sticking to the chassis) GM recommends prepping the surface first. I just apply the coating directly to the frame (after cleaning) for repairing small areas where the coating has rubbed off, ect..
C/K Man replied to Rogue Leader's topic in 2000-2014 Silverado & Sierra HDLooks like a 10.5 to me. 10'5's have a removable pinion bearing retainer. Look for a round bolt-on piece at the front of the axle behind the U-joint.
If the primary application for the rumored new engine will be HD pickups and medium duty trucks, a low r.p.m. large displacement naturally aspirated engine would be the logical choice. Notice that Ford has not offered an Ecoboost engine in any Super Duty? There are good reasons for that.
The 8.1 has been developed into an 8.8L by PSI engines. It is now sold for industrial applications and International offers it in school buses, both gasoline and propane: www.psiengines.com https://www.icbus.com/bus/buses/school/ceseries I think GM is working on something all-new for their trucks.
Rumors are the gasoline powered 2020 HD trucks seen in the recent spy shots are NOT powered by the L96 6.0L. I personally think that GM wants to offer a gas option in the upcoming 4500/5500/6500 and sees a need for a more powerful gas option in the HD pickups.
C/K Man replied to Zane's topic in The NewsroomLooks good to me.
I found out something interesting about the cabs on the new medium duty trucks. Yes, they are going to use the current K2XX cab, but Navistar is actually going to produce the cabs in their Springfield plant. I figure this is so the GM truck plants (like Fort Wayne) will not have to continue to build the existing cab after the next generation full size trucks (T1XX) come out. The G van cut-away's are still available, including a 4500 series version. Navistar builds those too.
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