I've tested its fuel pressure and it doesn't remain constant after the engine has been shut off with a noticeable bleed off after only 5 minutes or so. It has 360 ft-lb of torque at 1,800 rpm with a 4. No audible vacuum leak ,but that's sure what it acts like. However, a four-speed, automatic transmission with overdrive is an option for all trims. However, if you have to take it through emissions you will not pass without them. So you started the truck and it was running rough and for some reason you opened the hood and decided to take this picture? This engine has a 3. Try this just for the heck of it.
The 1997 Sierra has a standard five-speed, manual transmission with overdrive. Did it backfire when you started it that day behind the barn? If it's a shift - on - the - fly 4wd, then call your local Chevy truck dealer. There will be a little wiring harness only two wires I think disconnect this harness and your set!. Sounds like you just want to change parts. And if you have an O2 sensor, which I can't remember if that year does or not, you will need to either remove the sensor or make sure you plug it off. I have a 97 z71 chevy with the 5. The 6-foot-6-inch bed comes with a 25-gallon fuel tank and the 8-foot bed comes with a 34-gallon fuel tank.
It has a 4-inch bore and a 3. Ask him what the gear ratio is and if it's positive trac. It gets between 17 and 20 mpg on the highway. Posted on Jul 26, 2009 I have a 97 gmc truck and i was in 4 lo and pushed in 4 hi and and took off on the highway thinking it was in and it didnt go in to 4 hi and instead it was blinking but by the time i seen it ,it was in 4 lo still and not 4 hi and it was over reviving the motor at 55 when i realized it,it was to late and i threw 3 rods thru my oil pan because it didnt shift. The front legroom for the Sierra is 41.
However, once its running I can drive it without any notice of any problems - never getting any check engine light error codes. Did it sit behind the barn for several weeks? We are going to run a compression test later today chanfe the plugs and fuel filter and see if that does anything. The other end goes to your power brake unit on the drivers side firewall. Do you have to engage the hubs at the wheels? Intake gasket, engine coolant sensor, 4wd acutuator, wiper motor, fuel pump; these are all highly likely to go bad. Lund Tyee Boat with gear and full of fuel 4200 lbs.
The owners manual says 3. Posted on Jan 10, 2010 You probably have blown drive hubs. Is that a bolt I see shoved into that fitting? Or is it making a loud sucking sound and it is a vacuum leak and it is coming from this area? Some other that are based on how will you take care of it is; transfer case, fuel injectors, brake lines. Inside the driver's door… hi, usually even though this is a safety feature : if you reach under the back of the drivers seat, right near the pieace that you put your seat belt into there is a wire there comming out of that buckle. To me that looks like a product that is used with the vacuum power brake unit and the hose blew off and is laying behind your engine. It is available with a 6-foot-6-inch or an 8-foot bed.
When you take the caps off the front drive spindles and try running it again you may see the axle turning inside but not the wheel. Back up slightly, about 5ft or so and then put it in drive or first in a manual trans and go forward. The extended cab has rear headroom of 37. I'm no expert, but I have the same truck. It may be a little bit louder, but without the cats it won't have as much back pressure, so it may not… There are four ways to find a ratio. I do diesel usually not gasoline lol. It ran fine the bolts out now I looked at another truck same year and engine and the vacuum setup was the same minus he bolt which is out now.
There was a recall on the Electronic 4wd on these trucks. They are not too expensive to replace with manual locking hubs My Suggestion but the autolocking hubs are expensive. Otherwise it has been a good truck. Otherwise it only turns over and over like it hasn't got any fuel. If you are talking about pulling a holiday trailer a few times a year, you can exceed this as long as you meet some requirements. It's run troublefree since, except for having to remove the gastank again within 6 months to replace a rusted-through brake line. That is the best test.
Was it running fine till the day you drove it behind the barn? The front hip room is 60 inches and the rear room available in the extended cab is 64. Did you put a bolt in that fitting? It only sat behnd the barn for about 5 hours and it was running fine when I parked it back there. But this harness is a real pain to get to. The extended cab's rear legroom is 34. I think It depends on what your gears are 4. Technically it can run without cats.
I assume it backfired when you started it and it blew the hose off. Just follow the maintence checks in the manual of the truck based on mileage, and you'll be better off. This reccomendation is only a guidline. I already pulled the plugs and none looked fouled 8 plug had a little lighter color than the rest. If you are going to pull more than this on a regular basis, you will greatly shorten the life of the truck. If it locks in but won't unlock, try backing up to unlock. But it does rise again to the sprecifications shown its supposed to have once I turn on the ignition without actually cranking it over.