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    10-31-2015 09:46 AM - permalink
    I can see it has been a while since you were active, but I was doing some research and found the post that you had about a 90 GMC Spectre truck that you saw at an auction. I wondered if you would share where the auction was at, I'd like to find that truck one day. I am not sure if it has any historical significance or not, but it was something I dreamed of owning when I was 15, and would still like to have one.

  2. wildman1157
    10-19-2012 02:51 AM - permalink
    I am find this site somewhat confusing,how to mark people you find as friends
  3. Jesse Sanchez
    02-28-2012 09:54 PM - permalink
    Hey man i have a question how would i wire up my doors to have power im converin my manuel windows to power w/l and i want the origial switches off a 98 chevy 1500 to work on mine if possible could u email me [email protected]
  4. ByEarJess
    02-03-2012 03:29 PM - permalink
    I have a 1989 Silverado and have a problem with the column shifter.
    First it would not come out of park then I heard a click and it came out.
    It would shift through all gears but when I put it back in park, and it did go in park, something happened where the rotation of the steering wheel would not lock so I cold no longer get the key out of the ignition.
    Any idea what the problem is and how to fix it?


  5. corvetter
    12-30-2011 04:19 PM - permalink
    im trying to replace my axle bearings in my 2500 rear . i know u have done this before... can u point me to anything on the web on instructions to removing the axles and pulling out the bearings races and reinstalling them. im use to the ones with clips but after i pulled the banjo cover i realised its not that type. I do see a bolt with a clip attached to it.... do I need to remove those clips to get the axles out???? thanks in advance...
  6. ncfsv5825
    12-05-2011 01:04 PM - permalink
    I have a 2005 Silverado 1500HD with the 6.0L engine. For the last year, I have been getting intermittingly the message "Service 4wd" on my dash display. I read some posts and removed the dash switch and re-soldered the contacts. Put the switch back in and ran the truck for 30 minutes with no message. It had been coming on after about a minute driving. Thought the problem was fixed. 15 minutes later I got back in the truck and the message appeared again and is acting the same way as before. When the message is on, it won't shift into 4wd. What should I do next? Also, are there any quality chips on the market that would help me pick up 2-3 more mpg?
  7. fuzzmando
    11-29-2011 12:38 PM - permalink
    if ya need any more info let me know
    11-02-2011 02:40 PM - permalink
    i have done that one twice the 4 center holes in intake are a diff angle summit makes a bushing kit for that problem but you will find that it lacks power the second time i used the 88 to 95 heads and it ran very strong just keep in mind the engine temp for the 2 piece rear main engine needs to regulate about 170 so you do not have detination problems
  9. barredapete
    10-19-2011 10:17 PM - permalink
    Any further help is greatly appreciated. Thank you Shamrock.
  10. barredapete
    10-19-2011 10:14 PM - permalink
    In regards to my rpm and idle issues, you mentioned it could be a clogged cat. To further describe the situation my truck doesnt want to pick up speed only aftyer the truck warms up. It does shake and struggle to maintain its top speed of 35 mph as I have driven up to 55 mph when it is cold. Does this seem like a bad cat.

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