Looking at it, I don't see how to pull it out. Use a pair of locking plyers to remove, then replace bolts with standard ones. Apply a thin coat of oil to the new filter gasket. If so how do u do it. Remove the bezel retaining screws. It takes an extreme amout to grossly affect the idle and that's tough to swallow on an engine with only 20K.
So here we go New fuel pump, sender and screen going on tonight. Which require a special tool to remove. Called dealer and he said he lists a pcv valve for it. Tia is not my name. God, may you bless the mechanics and help them put my lil money maker back together in good health.
Remember to disconnect your battery first to prevent any shorts. Some do not have one. Could this be the computer? I also put on a new iac. Remove any carbon deposits using a flat screwdriver. . It built up the carbon again? Ive had rough idling, sputtering, stuttering, associated with a hot engine attempting to restart.
Labor is expensive in these parts but still not happy with his work. Without being able to see your engine I really can't help you locate it if it isn't where it should be. Go to the following sites below and I will also and see if we can find your answer. As for changing it out I would head to your local library and seek out their online car repair sources. It has a vacuum hose and two bolts. Many times you can heed off an issue that can leave you dead in the water in the future. Just bought an 05 Silverado 4.
Remove the drain plug from the oil pan and allow all oil to drain out. Just to let yall know I installed a screen I made myself and have had no problems so far about 3-4 months now. I dont know what it is. I will trace the vacuum hose from intake to the valve in vacuum diagrams once I know which model it is. According to the dealer some models from 2004 and up has not fuel filter.
It's better than having to take it off to remove the chunk of carbon sticking the valve open every week. I have a pair of pliers that can remove that retaining clip to unbolt it and get it out of the way, but what is it? Additionally, I'd suggest your get yourself a set of manuals,. Remove the 'Vortec' cover from the intake manifold right on top. If i disconnect it, do i need to bleed something again? I dont do it often. All you need to do is remove the electrical wire from the top of the valve, there is a clip on the connector so don't try and pull it off without lifting the clip.
If you also have a problem with the oil pressure being erratic when the motor has been running I would be looking at the valves. I ain't getting a check engine light but I still have a bad misfire. Remove the nut from the wiper arm. Many check the mechanicals but few even think to check the internals. No the labor was for checking for vac leaks.
I will not go back to him again. If this happens you will probably notice that your Silverado idles and accelerates unevenly. Battery side of engine low on the engine. Also, if you google it, there is tons of information on the vortec 4. The correct fix is it remove the intake and clean out the exhaust passages through the intake but at a much higher cost than simply using the screened gasket deal. From your home print out the proper techniques as well as torque specs for the removal and replacement of the egr valve.