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  1. Like the title says, when will we see the 2.7L engine option on dealer lots so I can go test drive one.
  2. '99 Silverado 6.0 issue

    That is the typical symptom of a failed pressure regulator, pull the vacuum hose at the regulator and you will see gas if it failed
  3. 02 Tahoe steering box

    Check rockauto , lots of choices there.
  4. Heck, I usually go 120 miles before my gauge starts moving from full and this is in my 1999 4x4 6.0 gas but it has the 34 gallon tank : )
  5. I had all my gauges and odometer go out once and it was a ground wire that broke of behind the passenger side of engine on top. It is one wire that comes out of wire harness for coils and injectors put on a new eyelet connection and good to go.
  6. Yes can be done in vehicle pretty easy especially if 2wd, have done about 4 different gm vehicles.
  7. That's your oil pump, pressure relief valve is stuck open
  8. If it's a 2 wheel drive it's pretty easy to do, 4 wheel drive is way more difficult
  9. More than likely it is the o-ring where the pickup tube goes into the pump. At this mileage I would just put a new oil pump and o-ring an it will probably be good as new.
  10. 2000 Chevy 2500 HD or Not

    That is incorrect, I still have my 1999 NBS 2500 and it says 8600gvw.
  11. Autoanything.com has a good selection
  12. 2000 Chevy 2500 HD or Not

    Check your driver door sticker, should say 8600 gvw which was considered HD in 2000 since that was the highest for a 2500 in the 2000 model year .
  13. 2004 Chevy Silverado 2500 6.0

    Looks to have oversize tires on it, maybe 285/75r16. The big tires are sometimes hard to balance, I would take it to a tire shop to check wheel balance .
  14. 03 Hood Latch Wear(Pics)

    I fixed mine by removing rivets and turning it around and refastened with stainless bolts.

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