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i think the input shaft is slightly different, and i know all 6 of the shift solenoids have different ohms in the ls motor configurations
ive done it, heres the quick and dirty version
1 block tires
2 place truck in 1 with engine off
3 lower steering wheel
4 pull on the dash bezel...
do you have a slip driveshaft? they will do that when low on grease or worn out, next time it does it, grab the center of the shaft and pull...
the sockets are to blame they are junk when new! they have a tendency to fill with water (also the light) the best fix i could find on mine was to...
add in a quart of oil stabilizer or a quart of 15/40 will make a world of difference for these engines, also helps the lifter rattle in the morning
if its the valve im thinking of its available everywhere, also did you bleed the rear brakes out then hit the pin? it should only have fluid in it.
pull the dash its not terribly hard,
door speakers have a tendency to break the tweeter and when it falls it unplugs the larger door speaker, or short out so they wont work
no remove it or you will suck it through when you are running your wife to the hospital for child birth, or in a hurry home for an emergency,...
also make sure your knock sensor is in good shape otherwise it will idle down until it almost dies then do wierd stuff as it cant see a knock at idle.
95 is 95 only get it rebuilt or gamble on a used one
its a 10 bolt 8.5 ring gear, holds about 2.5 pints, niether anything special just GM corporate axles
yep just don spray directly at the carb/tbi and or the majority of the electronics
engine de greaser and hot water or a good pressure washer