Just recently replaced a freeze plug on the back side of my motor of my 95 GMC, after dropping the exaust, both drive shafts, transmission, fly wheel, cross member etc so that the plug can b reached n changed, as I just pulled on the highway for a little test drive I heard some metal clinging i stopped to check n saw water pouring out from the same placed of where the plug was just replaced... The replaced plug was thoroughly checked for a tight snugged fit. So wat could cause it to blow back out?
My husband recently replaced rack and pinion, now our horn and other controls on steering wheel will not work also airbag and track control/stabilizer lights on. If he did not line up rack to steer column perfectly will it cause this problem and can he redo the process to correct or just go ahead and replace the clockspring? If he created the issue is it really a bad clock spring or just a bad connection angle?
I have a 2003 GMC Envoy. My aunt used cables to jump my truck and she accidently put the cables on the fuel box. The truck didn't turn on at all not even a sound. Changed the battery and when I turned it on, there's no dashboard lights only mileage numbers, Radio do not turn on, door side panel buttons do not work for Windows at all, back tail lights do not work. Everything else fine. I changed the fuse because all of them were blown but still nada. Please tell me what should I do???