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  1. Eddie 70

    New Condenser

    From the album: Truck Stuff

    Showing the way the transmission cooler is attached to the AC condenser.
  2. From the album: random

    oil lines from subaru parts bin. direct fit with spare parts to the box
  3. Whenever I buy a new vehicle it's my habit to always check all around the truck, inside engine compartment, under seats, etc.... my first new car was a 1976 GMC JImmy... So I'm a veteran at new cars, trucks. I have also always worked on my cars, From Corvettes, 4x4's, etc I've owned. Over the years of inspecting my brand new cars/trucks/etc. I've found screws, plastic plugs, wire ties, sound deadener goop from a Cadillac, and over 50 frame clips for gas aluminum tubes on a 1975 Dodge Ramcharger 4x4 (jingling on bumps) ass wipe line guy decided to screw with someone.... Well enough war stories. On my 2105 Siverado y did the same I saw a hose pretty close (1") to the crankshaft pulley..... tried to move it away but it didn't, so I left it alone.... well my truck with 12000 plus miles decided to leak a bunch of oil one day as I was working on passing a wire from the engine compartment to the passenger compartment, i noticed about a pint of oil leaking from the front of the motor. Well, it turned out that the hose that was too close when i bought the truck it finally decided to fall in love with the crankshaft pulley and it got a hole rubbed by it.... I was glad it happened close to home and not 1000 miles away on a long 6 hr freeway trip. 2 hr fix... Dealer issues not counted... it took the 5 days to get to it... maybe they had better customers that me coming in as I was told by the service manager....
  4. My issue is my fans wont turn on. I replaced the relays in the fuse box that did not work. I took the relay cap off the low fan relay and noticed it wasnt closing the connection all the way. Im read that this happens when there is not enough power to close the switch? So this means i might have an exposed wire somewhere grounding out? Does anyone have any insight to this? Or does anyone know what color the wire is from the fuse box so maybe i can try and trace this wire down and find the issue. So far i havent been able to find much. Thank you
  5. Just got this cooler in from RTIC. Took it on the road with me for two days in my Silverado, and I already love it. Check out the quick video of it that I did in my hotel room. I also own and RTIC 20 cooler and a 20oz and 30oz tumblers. Like them all! Best of all this one was only $150 bucks versus the YETI at over $300! I already order a smaller unit to use as a lunchbox at work, or on my ATV or Motorcycle! https://www.rticcoolers.com/shop/coolers/softpak
  6. My 2004 GMC Sierra 2500HD has been fitted with new Power Steering Pump, remanufactured /new power steering gear box, new remanufactured hydroboost and new hoses. The New GM pump is quiet for a few hundred miles then begins to whine and then gets to whinning all the time. The steering works just great and the brakes work great. it does not whine with pressure on the brake or when turning the wheel. I have been through 4 pumps now in a year to try and get it to quieten up. The pump never made a noise when the truck was new until i had a mechanic screw with the gear box and i had to replace it. Could it be a restriction in the fluid cooler? Does anyone have any experience with this maddening problem?
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