I would put moth balls in mesh bags and set them in engine compartment to keep rodents from causing damage to wires. As well as rags in...
Drive shaft out of balance. Tires out of balance. Plus bolts could all add up.
If bolt is touching that might explain when you hit bumps the sound changes. Do you see any signs that the bolt is touching? Paint gone/ shiny...
Chevy guy may be able to help you due to lack of info! Lol
Did you change the thermostat? Try flushing heater core?
Tire hum? Move fronts to back and back to front and see if I’m the “hum” moves towards the back.
Rotate the tires front to back and see if the steering shake goes away. Could be a bad tire.
That’s camshaft sensor but rear should be crank
Looks like crank position sensor.
Check and clean the throttle body electrical connector. I had mine loose and had to really push it in to make good contact.
Easy fix. Great!
Not when stopped no. I missed that part. I would get a stethoscope and climb underneath and try to narrow it down. Could be transmission pump. Do...
Check the brake pads?
If you have the heating/Ac box out I would change the Ac evaporator too. Do it once and done!
There is a yellow connector you should have unhooked to pull the dash out on passenger side. If glove box is removed you should be able to see it....
If you have a good battery, jumping the starter solenoid should have “cranked”. My issues were grounds so I added more and haven’t had any...
I would check fuel pressure at the rail and make sure it’s where it is supposed to be first before you start “throwing” parts at it.
Sounds like a grounding issue. Check and clean all grounds. Start with battery to block. Sand them down and white lithium grease on them. Did you...
The MDS uses all the same. I found out the hard way too lol!
It is the mds that makes the difference which to use. I used 4 23159 (s)
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