U ever figure it out? I ask because if u go thru all the work of putting in the mod motor and it being for a passenger car and u having a pickup truck. Truck motors are made for trucks to have low end torque to move that heavy vehicle.
Thanx. The neighbors wonder about me. I'm 63 and act half my age like my kid. I'm planning a true dual exhaust next. Have to make it since I haven't found one. The latest tune makes it a handful keeping it driving in 4wd in the snow.:driver:
Sounds like a little troubleshooting is needed. Either the power to the pump is low or the ground is corroded and causing low voltage. Most any repair shop could do the job. How about taking a pump with you and replacing it?
Never used the aux or may never had it. Mine is a 2002. It had a 6cd changer located in the center console under the tray you remove.
Squeaking noise is a vibration you hear with the pads moving. There's spray for the backs that stops it. Could also just be contamination you can clean up by...
Why pop for a new one when you can upgrade what you have? Get a tuner and change the intake to CAI and put on a catback exhaust. Put in a 4.10 gear set and a big trans cooler. You should be good to go. If you haven't changed the fluids then do so.
Change all the fluids. I use synthetics but there are a ton of good lubricants out on the market. The plugs need to be pulled and a dab of antisieze put on them to prevent sticking. I changed gears in my FX4 to up the pulling performance.
Of course I got my gaskets for free from work but we would confer with the engineers on certain applications. On occassion they would say to use a Felpro. Couldn't complain about the bearings since they were the Michigan77 brand.