Every vehicle I can find on the market with that RPO code shows a unique vehicle. A 2013 Savanah Duramax Passenger Van. A 2022 Chevy Silverado Limited. A 2007 Avalanche ChooChoo Customs. A 2004 Tahoe Regency. A 2003 Silverado Regency. It seems that might be the code to send a vehicle to a outside vendor for "customization"
Yes. My goal was to document a 'how-to' with the least amount of effort needed for the recipient (in the short term, 'you').So you left the front lower control arm mount in place? At least you wont have to worry about alignment that way.
Yes. I'll give credit for this to someone on YT who came before me. Thankfully, it was accurate.Just for clarification... You left the steering shaft from the steering column attached to the power steering rack?
Yep. I *especially* did not want to evac the lines, as it can be murder to get the air out of the rack.And left the power steering lines attached?
'Yes', again. See above, re: 'someone else did it, and it worked'. You do have to finagle the pan a little bit, but you get the room you need. Without creating that room, the pan won't have clearance.And just dropped the passenger side?
Vs?I bet that saves a couple hours!
With this platform, *everything* is in a cramped space... especially with the V8 in the bay.plus not having to screw with all those cramped spaces!
I thought about calling them and asking if I could drive down and pick it up!
It should be at the same place as all the others. On the front of the AC condenser in the hole in the plastic air dam driver side.Next project, a bit simpler. The Ambient Temp Sensor is faulty. Was reading 66* when it was 98. This of course messed with the AC. I just cant seem to find where that sensor lives!
Next project, a bit simpler. The Ambient Temp Sensor is faulty. Was reading 66* when it was 98. This of course messed with the AC. I just cant seem to find where that sensor lives!