But to answer your question: Drop the oil pan, it may involve lifting the engine or removing cross-members. Then pull the center nut of the steering wheel and using a steering wheel puller, pull the steering wheel off. The 1990 Chevy truck comes in two- or four-wheel drive and has either a six-and-a-half foot bed or an 8-foot bed. The Chevrolet truck comes with two doors. I find since I removed one out of both this evening. Once … the fasteners come out of the door just pull straight up and the panel should come off , if you have power windows you will have to unplug the switch.
Also optional was the big 7. There is a screw in the arm rest you have to take out then the rest are just fasteners. Some units they sell will include all the hardware. Just the body housing is different. A more potent variant of the 7.
What happens is they will supply you with a list of stereos, amps, changers, speakers that will fit your vehicle. Step 5: Gently pull the heater core from the housing and remove. There is a piece that fills the hole of the old stereo that is highly recommended but not required just depends if you care if there is a large gapping hole in your dash To Install it: 1st reach under the dash and look for a silver looks almost like an amp box with a wired plug coming out of the bottom. The antenna wire also plugs into the top of this silver box. Take the Wiring connector you bought and the wiring connector that came with the stereo and crimp all the appropriate wires together using splice connectors and a crimping tool. Put the dip tube on the new oil pump, along with whatever o-rings and gaskets are necessary, pour a little clean motor oil into the new pump so that it doesn't start up dry, then put the new oil pump into place and tighten it all down. Go to Crutchfield's or call them by phone.
And why wold you want to convert the transmission, there are lots of easy simple up grades with out dropping the transmission or valve body. Step 3: Remove the heater box cover. Not as hard as it sounds. You can put a large screw driver behind the panel to pop out these fasteners or autozone sells an upolstry tool for pretty cheap good investment of you do this often. These are all of the wires that go to your factory stereo. Push it in then pull it out.
Remove the silver box, there is only 1 screw holding it in and it is directly on the bottom. The previous versions featured a four-bolt square bolt pattern at the adapter or tail housing. You then need to find to advance wire for the distributor and disconnect it. Fluid capacity depends on the transmission on your vehicle, it should be stamped on the transmission pan. All of the things needed for this project can be bought at crutchfield. It produces 240 foot-pounds of torque. It should be a light brown and black wire that can … be found on the firewall or behind glove box close to the computer.
My Silverado's radio quit after 15 years. It produces 230 horsepower with a bore of 4. Answer If you have removed the distributor you need to place number one piston on it's compression stroke and then drop the distributor on number spot on the distributor. When replacing the thermostat and housing make sure you thoroughly clean both surfaces and use a small amount of gasket sealer Answer … follow the top radiator hose to the top front of the egine. Pull the horn cover by removing the screws on the back of the steering wheel. Note: 2 of them are hidden so make sure you get them all.
You can not convert a 2wd into a 4wd. Then there are three nuts behind where the mirror mounts remove these and the mirror should come right off. Ok, place it in neutral and remove the shifter from the cab. I'm sure there's something I missed. Make sure you put the therm. Place a trans jack under the trans. The bore for the 4.
It is easy to pry with the glove box door open. What makes you think you need an oil pump? As long as you get a transmission out of a standard cab truck you should be ok. If you can afford it, buy a car stereo that will let you hook up your iPod. Did I do the right thing? I hope this helps and again this is not to disagree to what was said earlier. There is a different process if you are working on a 2wd or 4wd. Installation is the reverse of disassembly.
After all this the factory stereo should be completely un-installed no cutting of any wires should have been required Next you should take off the piece of plastic that contains the center vents and cubby hole. Unhook the hose from the slave cylinder. I co … uld have gotten a cheaper price but with only a 30 day warranty on the tranny. Good luck and hope this helps. Try getting all that on your own! While your there, replace the clutch slave cylinderand piolet bushing. You should then be able to see … the turn signal switch.