I just put a pair of 84 Cadalliac horns on my 93 Prizm and you should see some of the funny looks on peoples faces when I push that sucker. It was used in both Alaska and Oregon. Both door have popped open and damaged the leading edge. There is no significant rust. I locked the Warn hubs and creeped up our steep gravel driveway and it did not break traction so it seems to work well. There is an extra industrial seat that is not installed. It never went into production due to cost issues and safety concerns.
I took the old trans apart and found a broken ring gear in one planetary set. It was purchased by the second owner in 1993. I do wish the rocker panels on the drivers side had better rust protection. Try replacing your horn fuse, considering it's a problem with the horn functioning. You can check the coil wire that's the part that went bad on my astro and the fuel pump, as well as the ignition module. I have many photos and I am willing to take more.
This version was made famous by the American television series. It was then sent to the North Slope in Alaska for service on the Alaskan pipeline. This may make it work one time. At least these transmissions are relatively easy to remove. Check the brake fluid in the resivore. Coolant recovery tank and power antenna need to be removed.
I suspect something in a planetary gear set broke. It will not leave here until satisfactory payment has been made. First you should check your… crossed plug wires Like above only will explaine. This is a rare van with a lot of potential. Generally its only used for hauling large loads or towing, or both, so it does not get much mileage, but its very useful.
The engine was also revised, with the 4. Handles just bolt in and connect to control rods. The forward control cab design was retained, but the doghouse was lengthened, widened and slightly relocated in order to fit an optional. Also, ignition timing must be advanced at high altirudes. First fielded in the mid-1960s, the model line evolved until it was replaced in 1996 by the. Once you have the correct tools, remove… Answer 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 look on the intake maniflod 2 c where 1 is then the cylinders are from the front 1-3-5-7 on one side then 2-4-6-8 from the front on the other. I told him that when I stepped on the gas and the van shifted into a lower gear the engine runs strong.
A column shift 4-speed transmission Warner T10 was now available as an option. I installed it myself - very easy job - and the van runs very nicely again. It does have a Hobbs hour meter that has registered 1964 hours. I purchased it non running. The body panels are original including the doors and hood. One is to eliminate the steel fuel line between the pump and carburetor.
Interior height is around 6 feet. The van has another 16,000 kms on it. The hose runs from the rear of the engine along the driver's side to the front by the battery. Springs and tires carry heavier ratings for the 8,600-pound version. Several versions of the van were available for purchase depending on the buyer's needs.
There has never been any significant body or frame damage. New brakes, rotors and drums were installed. Now the van runs really good and I can drive it around town and up into the hills and it runs strong. Interesting that on my van there is an opening in the frame above the radiator that looks like it was intended for the snorkel attachment, although it is slightly smaller than the snorkel I pulled from the '87 at the wrecking yard. Only a 125-inch wheelbase is offered in the G30 series, and heavier duty front and rear springs. I took the old trans apart and found a broken ring gear in one planetary set. This is a glitch in Chevy Malibus during… Hey, I just changed mine.
It had likely been sitting for years in a barn. Ask any question and I will do my best to answer it honestly. The truck is mechanically quite simple and the parts are inexpensive. Mileage is unknown since the odometer does not work but it reads 46,543. When that is done, it is easy removal of the alternator.