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This weekend someone slammed my passenger door probably to hard in my opinion. Not sure if this is the cause of the problem but the issue did start soon after. The Window and mirror lost power first intermittently, now completely. I checked the fuse and also didn’t see anything obvious as far as wires being loose or broken from the harness. Any suggestions or recommendations for a fix would be greatly appreciated.
I decided I would make a listing of the all time best Government Motors trucks of all time. I HOPE YALL ARE AWARE THAT THIS IS JUST MY OPINION. BUT I KNOW FOR A FACT THAT THIS LIST IS DAMN NEAR PERFECT. I know this because I am a Chevrolet enthusizt.
List going from best to worst:
1) T1XX-easily the best gm truck gm has ever designed. I love my rst and am thinking about a trail boss due to my love of spacer lifts.
2) GMT400-kinda hot tbh it’s just a lil’ uglee
3)K2XX-I like the Z71s and Custums
4) Squarebody-not bad...just a lil’ too square lol
5) gt900-so hot and reliable af. Honestly I put this above Squarebody.
6)trucks made in late 60s to before squarebody (idgaf what they’re called...Dey ugly tho😂😂😂)
honorable mention: el Camino is May B best truck of all time in my correct opinion
Hi everyone, I have been working on a 1997 Chevy 1500 WT. I just happened to be working under the dash and noticed that the green wire that goes into the firewall harness connection was disconnected. Does anyone know what this green wire is for? (please refer to photo below) I looked at the wiring diagram and it looks like it goes to the MAF which I think is for the speedometer operations. Now my second question is, if it is for the MAF where should I try to reconnect. I obviously can't get it back into the bulkhead. Can I bypass the bulkhead and run a jumper wire?
I would be appreciative for any help.
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