What size wheels are on a 1997 Chevy truck?

Answer Standard 1997 Chevy passenger trucks came with 16- by 7-inch wheels, meaning the wheel was 16 inches in diameter and the rim the tire sat on was 7 inches wide. Chevy's 1/2- ton and 3/4-ton models m... Read More »

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How to Polish My 1997 Chevy Truck Wheels?

People love to drive trucks, but most people hate to clean them just as much. Taking your truck's tires to be professionally polished and cleaned can be time-consuming and expensive, but you can sa... Read More »

How to Tell What Size Amp on the Alternator for a 1997 Ford Truck?

The alternator on your 1997 Ford truck uses a fuse, contained in the engine compartment fuse panel, to help complete its circuit and power the device. If the fuse blows, you will need to replace it... Read More »

How to Change Brakes on a 1997 Chevy Truck?

The 1997 Chevy pickup is available in 2-wheel or 4-wheel drive, and both come with disc brakes. Changing disc brakes is a quick and simple process. If you hear a squealing or grinding sound when yo... Read More »

1997 Chevy 2500 Truck Specifications?

The 1997 Chevrolet 2500 truck is a 3/4-ton full-sized truck. It was produced to satisfy the demand for a stronger working truck. The 1997 2500 series truck was available in seven trim styles. The m... Read More »