DIY – 98 K1500 Silverado Vortec Water Pump Replacement – How to Remove a Water Pump – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

DIY - 98 K1500 Silverado Vortec Water Pump Replacement - How to Remove a Water Pump

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Inexpensive replacement water pumps can be found here:

In this video I remove the water pump in my 1998 Chevy K1500 Silverado. This truck has the 5.7 Liter Vortec engine. This is part one of the water pump replacement video set. The process in this video will be the same or similar on many other vehicles including Sierra, Blazers, Jimmys, S10, Sonomas and many more GM and Ford vehicles.

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GMC / Chevy Truck 6.0, 5.3 & 4.8 Water Pump & Thermostat – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

GMC / Chevy Truck 6.0, 5.3 & 4.8 Water Pump & Thermostat

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Pretty ordinary drama free water pump replacement here. But hey I didn’t forget the brake clean 🙂 So stick around and see what it take to change out the water pump and thermostat on this 2002 GMC 2500HD equipped with the fuel efficient 6.0 liter.

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Chevy Silverado Fuel Pump Replace In Under 1 Hour – Kansas City Trailer Repair – By USTrailer.com

Chevy Silverado Fuel Pump Replace In Under 1 Hour

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This video outlines replacement of the fuel pump module on a 2005 Chevy Silverado Pickup in under 1 hours time. The fuel pump module is located in the fuel tank and this process involves lowering the fuel tank and replacing the pump assembly. This process is similar to many years and models of GM truck fuel pump replacement including GMC Sierra and others. CAUTION: Fuel is flammable and care should be taken to not introduce an ignition source when working around fuel systems. Fire or explosions can hurt or kill you and The Car Doctor doesn’t want to loose any subscribers so please be safe! Watch this video for more information.

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Rescuing a Truck Abandoned For 27 Years

Rescuing a Truck Abandoned For 27 Years



This 1977 Dodge Warlock was rescued from the spot that it had sat in for 27 years. The date on the tag shows 1988. We take this truck home and give it a fresh start on a new life. This truck came from the factory with a 440, power steering, power disc brakes, A/C, and bucket seats. It’s a very rare truck, so it deserves a new life.

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