Thanks for giving me a place to type this out. All wires have been checked and are free of any binding. Open hood, look up and wallah, a diagram! I pulled the trusty manual out of the glove box and found the fuze box layout. The 4L60E is an electronic version of the 700r4. Unless you replace the motor.
The engine has a bore and stroke of 4. We've seen many people on the highway towing large trailers with Suburbans. Our Suburban was configured for eight passenger seating; two in the front, three in the second and third row. Is that a possible problem area? It's good for carrying stuff, people and stuff, and it's good for trailering. . The procedure as I understand it to be is to remove the Spout connector and set the timing then reconnect the spout connector.
Use a grease pencil to note position of rotor in relation to the distributor housing. Errol if you are trying to take off the belt. What you need to do is get a ratchet without a socket on it and there's a hole that it fits into on the tensioner, push the whole thing down and it'll loosen the belt up so you can slip it off. Mark distributor housing and intake manifold with a grease pencil for proper alignment when reinstalling. Yes, it's probably the biggest vehicle on sale in America today, aside from a real truck, and its size causes maneuverability problems, especially if you're on a narrow street or in a small town. The elctrical timing… You can disconnect the battery for about 5 minutes and this will clear the check engine codes stored in the computer. Pull the belt out and get the new one in place, then pull the wrench towards you again.
The rotor button shoudl point to Cylendar 1 correct. With the Suburban you have a more conventional driving style. Install distributor cap and mounting screws. Very hard to tell these engines apart. A rougher cam will add some spunk as will a wide open exhaust system. It's the greats little tool you need, basicly it's a flat bar with a socket on the end. The far right side of the second row tilts forward to gain access to the third seat.
TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter. I also assume it starts fine when cold? First off, there are three 3 types of horsepower involved in a piston engine, they are: 1. You description would be fine if I just pulled the distributor out of a running motor. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. But the advantages of the Suburban so far outweighs its disadvantages that it's become a car that I like very much. The Suburban is a big, heavy car.
I did not search for any fuzable links. There is an aftermarket remote starter on the truck. Checked Pins 4 and 5 as ground and get 0 volts grounding to e-brake and 12V connected to Pin 16 I have a spare wiring harnes and I traced every connector to be sure everything was connected. Should I set it where the rotor points to Cyl 1 and the 8 on the Distributor and let the computer adjust to it? You're almost up over the front wheels and you have a small hood area in front of you. I checked spark to plug 1 and I am getting spark. You can receive a refund by returning a suitable old core.
Start with the plugs and wires which probably need replacing anyway. If you find one or more cylinders with low compression, suspect a burnt valve, or a possible blown head gasket, especially if you are loosing co … olant. Also, expect to get about a half pint or so … of gas to escepe, be careful. The valve train has an overhead valve, ohv, configuration with two valves per cylinder. BodyTypeFilter selectedBodyTypeGroupIdList, bodyTypeGroupIdToNameMap, null ; bodyTypeFilter.
I'd ask a few more questions to help diagnose the problem but here are a few places to begin. I have a wire harness that came out of a 7. Just let it run for abit, and there you go. Thanks for the quick reply. The 7400 series was retired in 2001. You can also find it at any library in the auto repair section.
However this was a refreshed motor. For example, a tricked out 4. I was very careful placing the engine into the truck and didn't pinch any wires. I bought the truck on eBay, I guess I didn't notice the guages when I drove the truck into the garage. If it only has 400 horses at those cubes you have a real doggy little motor.
Also listed there will be some other inforamtion like Spark Plug gap. The only way I could get the belt back on was to put it on the idler pulley last. Both must be present for the drive-train to operate. However I have a new question. Lewis Well, the root problem was discovered.