Call a Chevy dealer's service department and they can look the information up by the VIN. Typically, if you know make, model, year, and what the engine is, its pretty easy to figure out what the transmission is.
remote starter?? No remote starter car is 1993 Chevy blazer (truck)
The specifications that make a truck a super truck would be how much it can carry. As well as how wide and long and strong the super truck is can also tell you what kind of truck it is.
The answer is no. Whether you've got a standard or automatic might make a difference but I doubt it. Our truck however has had a lot of transmission issues among other problems and although we can put it in 4 wheel high in any gear, to put it in 4 wheel low we have to shift it to neutral and turn the truck off...it will either work for you or it won't.
In a car, a transmission system is needed because the engine does not make enough torque to make the car move.
Yes you can if you have all the parts to make it work from another truck.
Yes. I sold several of them.....chuck
Check to make sure the fan clutch is engaging.
Check the contacts first to make sure they contacts. If they do, test horn.
Yes, however, you will need the transmission, computer, and other related parts, needed to make the 5.3 run.
I'd make sure the bracket connecting the transmission and shifter isn't loose first. My 2000 is notorious for this.
There could be a number of reasons why a 2000 Chevy Lumina's transmission would make a bump after the car has been driven a while, and it is hot. The bumping is caused by a failing transmission, and a mechanic will need to see it.
Chevy did not make a pick you p truck in 1941.
It fits but does not shift properly once installed doing some research but think I can make it work
Depends on the make and model of the truck.
a transmission problem