Question about 1998 Chevrolet Chevrolet silverado
Posted on May 05, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Chevy Blazer
i am working on a s 10 of the same yaer and problem i will post my results after tomorrow when i have finished the job i bout this truck cause of the forum i own one that is a great one and this one is for experimental purpose i will let u know so far you cant lift the motor with a jack or a hoist so we r going another route in the mornin
Posted on Dec 27, 2008
No big job Really. Just locate your Drain Plug for the Oil. Thepan is right there, Remove the Bolts around the Pan and Remove. You will lose all of your oil so, Have something there to catch it all. Clean it all around the Edges of the Block where the Pan mounts with Degreaser and Make sure that you Scrape the Old Gasket off of Both the Block and the Pan. Run a Thin Bead of Blue ATV Silicone around the Pan Edge, Lay the Gasket on top of this Silicone. Put another Thin line on top of the Gasket and Reinstall. This Silicone is High Temp Silicone and will Seal Very Well. Make sure to put oil Back in the Motor! Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
It's a question of access. Look underneath vehicle for any obstructions (Otherwise, obstructions must be removed first, e.g. support brace, splash shield, stabilizer, etc, ...). If you can see entire pan and all bolts, just drain oil and remove pan . Remove old gasket. Clean both surfaces. Install new gasket. Use high temp RTV (red). Replace oil pan. Hand tighten bolts. Then use correct torque and torque pattern.
Posted on Jul 10, 2009
Stock the car doesn't come with an oil pan gasket but you can order one from rockauto.com you don't have to remove the A/C compressor for any of the jobs you listed. If you want to change the timing belt you need to remove the plastic rock guard under the motor on the passenger side. remove the spark plugs and using the socket turn the engine from the crankshaft clockwise until you are at TDC on #1 cyclinder. (compression stroke) Next remove the upper and lower plastic timing belt covers. The idler pulley is the one with the spring. Loosen the nut and remove the spring then you can remove the timing belt. It really isn't that hard to do. Maybe one afternoon.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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