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This happened with oe radio and replacing it didn't help. I wanted to replace it anyways so that's not an issue. When I turn my truck on, 10-15% of the time, the radio does not and will not turn on. When I am driving, occasionally it will turn off and will not not turn back on. Usually happens when I actually want to listen to music. It does turn on eventually, but sometimes, it won't turn on for the whole drive and beyond. Apparently it still has constant because it remembers my Bluetooth connection and clock time. This happened far more often with the oe head unit if I remember correctly. I would love to figure this out because it's frustrating. Today it didn't come on when I started it but came on ten minutes later, only to die again when I hit the turn signal. I just got home and idled in the driveway for a bit as I typed this and now it's back on.
I have a 2000 Chevrolet 2500hd 6.0 gas, I’m haveing power steering issues and am at my wits end figuring it out. In December of 2018, my power steering pump shaft broke, I replaced it, a few weeks later I replace a hose, a week later another hose, two months later another hose, in September of 2019 I Had to replace the brake booster and went ahead and replaced the master cylinder at the same time Yes I bench bleed it at the time of installation, all were new parts. Since November I can be driveing along with no issue and come to a stop and the power steering just dumps fluid on the ground, I refill it and it’s ok for a while then randomly does it again a couple days later, I’ve wiped it down and watched for where the fluid is comeing from. I have no clue why or where it’s leaking. I did verify it’s not the power steering gear box. Any help would be appreciated.
Okay so me and my buddy are arguing over something i have no idea what im talking about and i need a hand eith understanding this. He says to install headers in my 2000 silverado 5.3 that i would have to jack up the engine to get to it. Im a little confused on this because it doesnt look that hard to get to. Explain please