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Today at 02:00:59 AM by jg1977c20 | Views: 5 | Comments: 0

77 c20 long bed -  i have some rust spots on the rear wheel well ,and i am wonder if the inner fender panel will un bolt from the ,inner tub to gain access to the back side of the bedside ?
January 29, 2015, 06:45:51 PM by c0olburn3r
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Hi guys I have a 1987 R10 dual tank but one of them is uninstalled...Went to Oriellys to get a tube of grease. When I went to the truck I turned the key it started running rough and would not keep Idle, so mashing the gas a little I saw some smoke coming out of the tail pipes like it was struggling to get fuel, finally stopped running after a good 10 seconds maybe.
I turned the key off waited a little bit turn just the ignition on but I heard no click from fuel pump relay.
Since I work at O'Reillys I went in grabbed a new relay put it on there still no click.

Checked all fuses they are all fine, bypassed the fuel pump relay with the side female connector by the relay harness and I can hear noise in the tank but no fuel.
sprayed some starting fluid cranks right up and stays running while you spray.

My question is, if the pump is bad cause it is an old one would that make the relay not click. I purchased another pump and took the bed off so I can change it, but something seems fishy about the relay not clicking. Dont know if this makes a difference but for a couple of weeks when i first crank it up on a cold start it runs rough for a couple of minutes like im running a cam, but after that it runs f fine, i thought maybe the timing needs adjustment but havent had time to get around to it. Thanks for your reply in advance
January 29, 2015, 02:32:56 PM by SoEasilySwayed
Views: 36 | Comments: 5

Hey guys, wanted to introduce myself to this forum!
Ive been finding do much knowledgeable threads on here that I know i'm going to be reading all of them.
This community is pretty awesome.

Greetings from Los Angeles, CA!!

I literally just got a hold of this truck:
1979 GMC High Sierra 1500 Short Bed
It WAS a Diesel, but has been converted to Regular Gas

I have so many ideas and things I wanna do to it.

Here are some photos

January 29, 2015, 02:24:21 PM by srozell | Views: 26 | Comments: 1

It seems there are no wreckers within a few hundred kilometers of where I live, and I'm looking for the stock washer fluid reservoir that came with this truck. I can't seem to find any new ones online, though I see a "universal" one pop up here and there.

Does anyone have any ideas where I can source one?

As this truck didn't come with a reservoir, I don't actually know what they look like, but from what I can tell about the abused wiper motor on this truck, it looks like the reservoir doesn't actually need a pump attached to it.

Can someone confirm this, and if possible, post pictures of what the washer set up looks like?
January 29, 2015, 02:00:10 PM by SoEasilySwayed
Views: 22 | Comments: 2

So I just got this 1979 GMC HighSierra 1500 Shortbed
It was a Diesel and was converted to gas.
Had 2 Tanks but now only has one? (Need to get under there and check that out and see exactly whats going on)

My gas gauge has been on "FULL" and I ran out of gas.
I did a little research and all I can find on it is to check the grounding.

Any other thing I should try to troubleshoot it?
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