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1.Buy a horn kit. The Silverado has two horns, one low tone and one high tone. Make sure the new horn has the correct tone if you are only replacing one horn. 2.Locate the original manufacturer's horns. The horns for a Chevy Silverado are in the front fender well on the passenger side and ...

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1.Buy a horn kit. The Silverado has two horns, one low tone and one high tone. Make sure the new horn has the correct tone if you are only replacing one horn. 2.Locate the original manufacturer's horns. The horns for a Chevy Silverado are in the front fender well on the passenger side and ...

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Zach....First you have to ''qualify'' the stall complaint. Does it ''jerk'' the engine when it stalls? The reason i ask is that you have to differentiate an engine concern from a ''torque converter'' problem in the transmission. You will not get any codes from your scanner because you probably have ...

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Oh, and here's one on eBay (for about the same price I paid) as a reference: http://www.ebay.co.uk/bhp/old-brass-lighter;jsessionid=92770D63B01057B948F9F978F7811670
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1993 chevy 3500 forum. the truck won't idle at a constant rpm, but if i

If it's not too expensive, I'd change the map sensor and see what happens.

How much does it cost to refill a zippo lighter

Please buy Zippo fluid only and that cost about $3 to $4 per can, other cheap fluid has a weird taste. Fill the lighter and then holding the insert upright, shake it in the sink or on the ground outside to throw off excess fluid and it will not over flow in your pocket. Mike

I found a lighter made by Crown in my dad's stuff ...

Maybe he worked for Chevrolet. I don't really know. Unless it's a Zippo, or a rarity it likely doesn't have much value. But to find the answer to your question, you need to contact someone who knows the history of lighters. If it IS a Zippo, you may be able to contact them. They keep pretty good ...