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About txab

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    Your worst fWONking nightmare
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    Texas
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    2004 GMC Sierra

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  1. New guy

    Welcome
  2. Some aftermarket fan clutches aren't as good as OEM for some vehicles. You could have a tube or several tubes in the radiator that are blocked or partially blocked also. Are all your shrouds still in place? These ensure the air is being pulled through the radiator and just recirculating underhood air. Have you got anything that would block airflow on the front end. Extra light bars, winch, bull bar, brush guards? Mine idles in the heat too and I can't get it to overheat. AC performance doesn't suffer at idle either
  3. Cool. You're square in the sights of anti-gunners with that scary looking weapon.
  4. New Member

    Welcome
  5. WTB catalytic converter/y-pipe dfw area

    Their are hosting sites besides F'book.
  6. WTB catalytic converter/y-pipe dfw area

    You have to host the file somewhere else then link to it.
  7. oil pump shaft

    It will have one. Replace the intermediate shaft with the steel guide version that is available. What year did they begin using the nylon? A long time ago, first time I ran across it was in the 70's.
  8. iirc, that's not a wet intake I'd look into this: http://ww2.justanswer.com/uploads/Bluegorilla/2008-12-05_142924_Coolant_loss_5.3.pdf But, to answer your question, I'd replace the knock sensors at this time, if they've not been replaced before. Replace the wiring harness too
  9. 2005 Silverado Z71 Frame Rot.

    Welcome. Posts some pics when you get her done.
  10. Amsoil.com has pretty detailed page
  11. Put synthetic in both. Same viscosity in both also. To follow the fill guidelines you reference, you can use an appropriate size allen wrench using the 90 degree bent portion. Just measure till you find one that is in the range or mark one. Also can use an arts and crafts pipe cleaner since it can be bent. I think you'll end up needing 5 qts between both, iirc. Amsoil.com has a good reference page for your truck capacities
  12. https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&as_q=vent+visors&as_epq=&as_oq=&as_eq=&as_nlo=&as_nhi=&lr=&cr=&as_qdr=all&as_sitesearch=www.gm-trucks.com&as_occt=any&safe=images&as_filetype=&as_rights=
  13. This is nuts.

    Toto, where's Dorothy?
  14. Check for stored codes. Some codes will not allow cruise to engage
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