I think I've found the right vacuum diagram but I'm not sure. Anyone out there know which is the case? Hope this helps and if you need any more direction just post back and be specific as you can with your questions. I have my vacuum systems working fine. Transmission — The transmission changes gears as you accelerate. Ultimately consider your goals with the truck and engine and go from there.
Trust Ecklers for all of your restoration and replacement needs for your truck, racer, show car, street rod, or daily driver. The engine was rebuilt over a year ago and the guy who put it in made a mess of all the other parts. If the transmission is slipping, you may be stuck in a gear. The only thing that should not be put back in the vehicle, as far as I know, is the smog pump. They're repair guides use to … be alot better Chilton's use to let them use they're repair guides , but I guess not any more! Ask person in the tech section for auto manuals. Only power when the key is on, this is very important, if you hook it up to battery power the alternator will stay activated and put a draw on your battery, You'll go out in the morning and the battery will be dead.
I have tried the Library, dealerships, repair shops, on-line, etc. You need to acquire a wiring diagram if they are not clearly labeled with their speaker channel information. I'm working on a 1985 chevrolet. We have brake pads, , calipers and more. . The wire colors likely vary from the two wires per speaker, with different color sets for each of the speakers. The throttle body for the cars and the trucks are different, do not know which one you want.
In addition to carrying 1985 Chevy Truck parts, we have parts for all Chevrolet Truck models available. The Chevrolet S10 is a small truck that makes quick work out of light jobs like hauling brush to the dump or moving a couch for your buddy. I spent all of this afternoon trying to identify everything in the diagram. We have and transmission parts for your vehicle. Brakes — A new set of brakes gives your S10 renewed stopping power. I can find the 1980 and the 1982 vacuum diagrams, but the 1981 is significantly different and I can not find it anywhere, including t … hrough two Chevy dealerships.
I think he he considered anything that wasn't part of the engine unnecessary. Order your Chevy truck parts now. Worn out brake pads can just drag on the rotor rather than grip it, so change them often. I have a lot more questions, but the truck is not with me and I think this is enough for now. We have , air filters and other maintenance parts.
Some Motor brand auto repair manuals also have the diagrams. My knowledge is limited and what I do know is mostly for the 92 jeep and 84 toyota that I ocassionally work on. After doing this You'll need to cap any open vacuum sources, adjust your timing and possibly readjust the carb. If the old filter is not changed, your clean oil will pass through a dirty filter. I have done this with three of these trucks and it has made everyone of them run great and get nice fuel mileage. The vehicle emission label is missing. I thought it was a silverado, but just read that silverado is a trim designation for this year.
Due to you can see what the part you are taking out looks like if it is hidden. I have more pictures of this if needed for identification. They cannot leave the library but you can make copies. I have found two drawings, supposedly for the 1981 305 my original engine , but it had a 1978-79 engine when I bought it. What I think I've identified as the manifold vacuum source looks like it has 3 hose ports on it.
The connector has 2 wires a small and a big. Hopefully I rembered everything and If I didn't hopefully someone will chime in and also give some cruise info. If the truck runs good now; you may want to leave it alone. Also if these parts sat idle for years some of then may not work anyway. The big wire should be red can also go to a 12v source, the easy way is to attach it to the bolt on terminal, and the last … wire known as the field wire, most of the time white or green in color must go to an ignition power. You really don't need a lot of that stuff for the truck to run good. A flapper in the under-dash ducting allowed or blocked the hot water heated air to flow pretty undependable if true.