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  1. Good evening, I have 2020 Chevy Trailboss 1500 5.3 I recently ran into the issue of the water pump pulley breaking and wanted to see if anybody knows if it’s possible to just change out the pulley or would I have to change out the whole water pump?
  2. I've been working on my 14 Silverado the past couple weekends. I've replaced the ac condenser, the radiator, ac compressor and belt (belt was a btch!). I took the serpentine belt off to put the ac compressor belt on today and now I've got 3 or 4 inches of slack in the serp belt. I had to use a pry bar to move the belt tensioner to get the serp belt off, so I don't know if the tensioner is bad. It doesn't squeak or anything. I can't find the belt diagram for these newer models. I've found a spec for the serp belt for 72" length and I measured for the correct length. Any help is appreciated! I've gotta get this truck back on the road!
  3. 99 Silverado, 198k miles, original pump and thermostat and the pump started leaking. I'm going to replace. Looks like a 4 hour job for a non-pro, you guys agree? While I'm in there, I'm thinking I should replace serpentine belt and thermostat since they are originals. One major question I have: does the new pump typically come with a gasket plate or do I have to buy gaskets separately? Also, gaskets on dry or with sealer? thanks, chris
  4. My 2001 Suburban is exhibiting some strange behavior recently. The ABS light and brake light recently came on (getting some help on that on this thread: http://www.gm-trucks.com/forums/topic/152470-abs-light-and-brake-light-showing-up-at-once/?do=findComment&comment=1343182) and now my wife called me with the following news. She was driving it this morning, and while she was driving, the a/c was blowing nice and cold. But when she stopped at the light, the fan continued to blow but no cold air was coming out. She also said that the idle seemed to drop just slightly, to around 500rpm (while she was in drive, with her foot on the brake). Once she started up again, the a/c resumed it's cold temp. Some facts that might be relevant: It's a 1500 series with a 5.3 liter motor. The battery is 3 months old. I tested the alternator at the same time, and it tested out fine. The serpentine belt is under 3 years old, and appears to be in good shape. The vehicle has 187,000 miles on it, and has the original a/c compressor. Generally, all of the maintenance that needs to get done has gotten done over the last 9 years we've owned it, so it's been pretty well-maintained. Any thoughts on this? Also, should the idle be that low in drive? With the a/c on, my wife said it felt like it was going to shut off. Thanks in advance, David
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