'99 K1500 Suburban "Storm"

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  1. Stepside_fever95

    Stepside_fever95 I'm Awesome

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    They are 6000k. Headlights are as well. I still need to build a proper projector for them sometime but with the glare caps and my lights aimed lower I don't get flashed any.

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    slowburb all motor

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    That's what I hoped you'd say.

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    Stepside_fever95 I'm Awesome

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    I can't stand my lights not matching! Lol

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    Great Thread and love the way your truck looks. I just joined up and have a 96 GMC K1500 Suburban with 87k miles on it. It is basically stock and I was looking to put some new OEM GMC 18" rims and tires on. to run your wheel and tire package did you have to modify you ride height. I would love to fit that package into my truck. I have currently LT265/75 R16's and it looks like I have the space to fit the extra 1 1/2" of diameter of the 275/70 R18's. I will snap a picture of my truck once it stops raining here.
     
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    Working on replacing the intake manifold gasket and fuel pressure regulator today, got it all off and went to take the spider out to remove the fuel pressure regulator. When I went to unclip the cylinder number 3 injector, one of the ears broke off as soon as I touched it. Same thing happened to the cylinder number 5 injector...
    So am I screwed or can I replace the line and injectors seperately? I really don't want to have to spend money on a new spider because I plan on swapping in a 6.0 within the next year.[​IMG][​IMG]

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    Pretty sure your screwed. I dont think they make replacement clips
     
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    Update, found replacement clips on ebay, and figured out how to remove them! Hopefully they'll be in Thursday so I can have her on the road again.

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    Finally got the Suburban back on the road yesterday evening after my injector retainer clips came in. No leaks so far!
    I still am getting a p0300 as a stored code at the end of 2nd gear just before it shifts into 3rd. It is only coming from bank 2 and I do have an exhaust manifold flange leak on bank 2. Would this be my issue?[​IMG]

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    What setup are you using to get into the computer?

    Oh, and yes, it's entirely possible that the fresh air being added to your exhaust stream is being picked up by the O2's and giving the misfire code.
     
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    Stepside_fever95 I'm Awesome

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    Bafx obd2 Bluetooth dongle and dashcommand for android. I have a 0411 pcm too.

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