The standard cab model is 212. Common problems with the 6. Like the 1500, it has a 4. Factory paint job not the greatest. The primary motivation in the 6. .
General Comments: Despite a few minor problems due to high mileage this truck was the most solid, reliable smooth driving and running vehicle I've ever owned. We urge you to be more rational choosing a car, so you can save money and get the best value for money possible. In terms of fuel economy, the 6. You'll find amenities such as free Wi-Fi, spacious and comfortable waiting areas, friendly and knowledgable sales staff, kids play areas, state-of-the-art service departments and fully-stocked parts departments at each of our Minnesota locations. Transmission failed at 175,000 miles. Designed for configurations, the series includes 4 forward gears and 1 reverse gear. Differential bearings replaced at 335000km.
Yes Review Date: 10th July, 2003 Year of manufacture 1993 Engine and transmission 5. The maximum towing capacity of the 1993 Silverado 2500 is 10,000 lbs. Yes Review Date: 29th June, 1998. When power is cut from the fuel solenoid, fuel flow abruptly stops and the engine will stall. Peak Torque: Introduced at 240 lb-ft A 2,000 rpm, the maximum offered rating during production was 257 lb-ft 2,000 rpm. In 1996, a bolt-on was phased in along with a six-bolt tailhousing for S-10 Trucks and S-10 Blazers and beginning in 1998 for all other applications. The 350 V8 was a much better engine choice for this vintage, Fuel economy isn't much worse than a V6.
I haul firewood in the fall and have a steep driveway to climb in Northern Minnesota. Yes Review Date: 10th September, 2005 Year of manufacture 1993 First year of ownership 1993 Most recent year of ownership 2003 Engine and transmission 5. Like the 2500, the standard cab model of the truck is 212 inches long and the extended cab model is 237 inches long. If searching for a used truck powered by the 6. General Comments: This truck has served its purpose well over the last 6 years. Yes Review Date: 17th March, 2008 Faults: Seats and dash have been cracked by the sun, paint also fading, rust on truck bed, but I do live next to the ocean. They wanted an engine that could haul hay to, from, and around the ranch while consuming as little fuel as possible.
Heater core at 192,000 miles. The 4L60E is rated to handle up to 360 ft·lbf 488 N·m of torque. No real motor problems at all since I've had it. The Overdrive Automatic Transmission is designed for a much larger engine. Relevant discussion may be found on the. While there are a number of high mileage examples, the 6. Drove it from Miami to Colorado and back, Miami to North Carolina and back and put a lot of miles on it recently still runs wonderful!! The 4L60E and 4L65E are built at in and have also been built at Romulus Transmission in and , Mexico.
The 1993 Silverado 3500 has a 34-gallon fuel tank. Offered as high as 440 lb-ft 1,800 rpm. Many vehicles employed by the United States' Army were powered by the 6. Overall, the engine has not been particularly popular, but had its place in the market and a moderately sized following, even today. On a full tank, the vehicle has a range of 476 miles.
The 1993 Silverado is a large pickup truck manufactured by Chevrolet. A four-speed automatic transmission is available as an option, as is a 5. The gross weight of the truck is 7,200 lbs. The truck has a maximum towing capacity of 10,000 lbs. Just ask, we're here to help! Rust starting to progress-- oh well, the truck is 15 years old and in the heart of the salt belt. Don't see what you're looking for? No repairs other than expected consumable parts.
The truck's gross weight is 9,200 lbs. Very roomy and comfortable interior. The two transmissions are differentiated quickly by the 6 or 7 bolt bell housings. I am probably part of the less than 3% of the U. Model year 1993 Year of manufacture 1993 First year of ownership 1993 Most recent year of ownership 2006 Engine and transmission 350 5. If swapping transmission from gas to diesel, it is best to acquire the torque converter specific to your application.