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    I have not heard of one going bad. When repairing...

    I have not heard of one going bad. When repairing electronic devices, it is very rare to find a failed resistor. If the resistor failed, you get a #1 default resistance.
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    It is called dielectric grease, every parts store...

    It is called dielectric grease, every parts store will have it, I don't know if the pad is better or worse. The suburban has a pad and the PMD is good after 13 years. When you replace the ignition...
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    The extension plugs could cause a problem if you...

    The extension plugs could cause a problem if you have salt roads. If the problem happens a lot, jump the IGN fuse to the live post behind the fuse box, to see if the problem stops, that will tell you...
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    Remember that the ignition switches on the 95 and...

    Remember that the ignition switches on the 95 and later fail and cause intermittent problems with various electrical functions. Mine caused no transmission shift, lots of solenoid codes, and on one...
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    That was good to find the leak without removing...

    That was good to find the leak without removing the manifold. Your leak made me check the fuel lines for the suburban, the engine is almost ready to install. The line at the fire wall to the filter,...
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    You should be able to see a leak from the shutoff...

    You should be able to see a leak from the shutoff solenoid. I think the rubber fuel supply line runs under the manifold, I ran it above on the truck from the additional fuel filter I put on the...
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    Good, done right, and cheaper.

    Good, done right, and cheaper.
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    To send a photo, click advanced instead of reply,...

    To send a photo, click advanced instead of reply, the photo has to be taken on low quality and usually needs to be cropped from a distant shot to make it small enough to send. In the advanced mode,...
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    No, don't take it out, you will lose the gas,...

    No, don't take it out, you will lose the gas, hose it out from behind.
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    I am pleased to have been of some help, I hope it...

    I am pleased to have been of some help, I hope it works OK.
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    No problem for the radiator, but do you want hot...

    No problem for the radiator, but do you want hot air entering the cabin through the AC, plus posible oil fumes, and also oil vapour on the windshield. Look at the posible blocked radiator or...
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    Yes, could be the problem, I have the suburban...

    Yes, could be the problem, I have the suburban apart, the AC condenser and the radiator look like a moth cemetery.
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    It is easier to unbolt the starter and drop it a...

    It is easier to unbolt the starter and drop it a bit, then undo the wires while working under the truck. That is the way I usually remove the starters, but last time I had the inner guard off to...
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    I have one vehicle with a plug extension and the...

    I have one vehicle with a plug extension and the other hard wired, I drive in very hot conditions with no problem. A hood scoop could upset the air flow through the radiator, by pressurising the...
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    You are right about what parts may be left off if...

    You are right about what parts may be left off if someone else does the work. Taking the inner guard off, won't get you to the main bolts, but it makes removing the "missing" bracket, and wires much...
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    I measured the thread of the stud protruding from...

    I measured the thread of the stud protruding from the starter, it is 6x1.25 mm and has to have a nut, the engine has a larger one, not sure if it is a stud and nut or bolt, but is metric. The starter...
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    There is your problem of the broken bolt. The GMC...

    There is your problem of the broken bolt. The GMC truck I bought last, had just had the ring gear replaced, that made me suspicious, and right, it had no bracket. I made one, easy, because I have the...
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    The starter will be fine. Does it have a bracket...

    The starter will be fine. Does it have a bracket to the block on the other end? They need the bracket, the scum mechanics are too lazy to put it back on, and that can break the bolts or the block and...
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    Something must have gone wrong with the...

    Something must have gone wrong with the assembling of the water pump, I can't imagine a head gasket blown that bad. There will be water through the bearings and lifters, and likely corrosion after...
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    I am sill not clear on whether water gets into...

    I am sill not clear on whether water gets into the oil or a cylinder when you squeeze the radiator hose. But to answer your question, remove the crossover coolant pipe and the serpentine belt, to...
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    I assume by water flowing into the engine, you...

    I assume by water flowing into the engine, you mean into a cylinder. I is probably already seized. If you meant into the oil, then that will be the water pump job, failure. Is or was the oil milky...
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    There is a possibility, if you drive on salt...

    There is a possibility, if you drive on salt roads, that some has coated the surface of the heater and into the plug, thus causing a leak to ground. Worth washing them to see if it fixes the problem.
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    I guess that you tested between the 2 pins on the...

    I guess that you tested between the 2 pins on the plug, and yes the heater is working, but you need to test from one of the pins to ground (the engine or -ve battery terminal) I can't find the...
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    Unplug the heater at the block, it pulls straight...

    Unplug the heater at the block, it pulls straight out but is tight, now connect the power, you may have damaged the cable when changing the battery. If it is OK, you need a new heater. I would have...
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    I have a spare in each vehicle and a spare...

    I have a spare in each vehicle and a spare alternator regulator in the suburban, the regulator was failing every 5,000 miles. The alternator has to have some holes drilled in the internal plastic...
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