How to Replace a Distributor in a 1996 Tahoe?

Answer So, the failing distributor is upsetting engine operation in your 1996 Chevrolet Tahoe and you are concerned you might disturb engine performance even more if you replace it yourself. And you are r... Read More »

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How to Replace the Distributor in a 1996 Chevy 350 Engine?

It's no great secret that GM's Opti-Spark distributor is anything but optimal. GM installed the Opti-Spark on millions of LT1 engines produced from 1992 to 2002, and many of them left the factory w... Read More »

How to Replace the Vacuum Brake Booster in a 1996 Tahoe?

Prior to the invention of the vacuum brake booster, brakes were a lot more difficult to operate. Foot power was all that pushed brake fluid into the system, making it tough to drive for long period... Read More »

How do I Tell If the Distributor on a Chevy Tahoe Is Bad?

The distributor of your Chevrolet Tahoe is what routs the high voltage spark that is used to ignite the fuel. A faulty distributor can make it difficult for you to start you Tahoe. If your vehicle ... Read More »

How to Remove a Distributor on a 1997 Tahoe?

You may find yourself needing to remove the distributor from a Tahoe if you are parting it out, or using the Tahoe's distributor as a replacement part for your own vehicle. You may also be removing... Read More »