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Chevy Astro CPI Fuel Injector Install Part 1
The leaking fuel pressure regulator on my Chevy Astro needed to be
replaced. My van has 175k miles on the odometer and I thought it would be
best to replace the injector and regulator as a unit. The regulator kit
alone cost is around $100.00, and the unit with the injector and regulator
comes in at around $140.00. The fuel line kit (aka nut kit) should cost
around another $50.00. 90% of the work is done form the inside of the van.
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Magic Bus- A cargo van conversion.wmv
The process of taking a stock Ford Econoline E250 and converting it to a
camper van. Installing Solar Panels, Controller, Batteries, Water
tank/Pump, Sink, Shower, Bed, Storage Compartments, Lights, Paneling, etc.
How To Replace Power Steering Pump On GMC Safari Or Astro Van
Here is how to change the power steering pump on a GMC Safari or Chevrolet
Astro Van. Changing the power steering pump on your van is easy, but it is
also messy. To replace the power steering pump in your GMC Safari or Astro
Van, buy a replacement pump and borrow or rent a pulley puller from the
auto parts store. From there, disconnect the hoses and let the power
steering fluid drain, then remove the pulley from the front of the power
steering pump so you can get to the bolts, remove the pump from the van,
and replace any rubber hoses that need replacement. The fluid return hoses
are rubber, and the high-pressure hose is metal. Reattach the power
steering hoses. Then use the pulley puller to put the pulley back on the
power steering pump and reattach the drive belt. That's how to change the
power steering pump on a GMC Safari or Astro Van with a 4.3 liter V6
How To Clean The EGR Valve On A GMC Safari Vortec V6 Engine
Here is how to clean the EGR (Exhaust
gas recirculation) valve on a GMC Safari Vortec V6 engine. If your engine
started running really rough all of a sudden, your EGR valve may be stuck
open. It's easy to remove and clean up. It is a good idea to install an
EGR valve gasket with a filter in it to prevent future carbon buildup.
Here is a link to a video I made showing the gasket:
How To Remove The Engine Cover On An Astro Van or GMC Safari
Here is how to remove the engine cover on a chevrolet Astro Van or GMC
Safari Van with a Vortec V6 engine. You need to remove the engine cover
from the van to get in and do a tune up and to change the air filter. It's
easy to take the engine cover off if you know which nuts and bolts to
remove. I hope this video helps you keep your Astro Van running smooth.
chevrolet astro camper van
chevrolet astro camper part 2
Boyd astro van converted to a 2/3 birth camper van.
laods of money and time spent on this one off van.
*REAL* FIX ASTRO-VAN KH325 EBCM (brake & abs light on intermittently; C0265 code)
This is the REAL FIX for ANY Chevy Kelsey Hayes 325 EBCM module (ABS
module) - common on Astro Van, S10, Corvette, etc. There is NO NEED to
'mail it in for repair' to the online 'companies' out there. YOU can do it
YOURSELF in about 10 minutes on your kitchen table with a simple 25 watt
soldering iron and some flux.
The fix WORKS - I have done it MULTIPLE TIMES. All the 'repair companies'
do is RE-SOLDER the broken joints typically around the relay (code co256) -
NO "NEW RELAY" IS PUT IN. The RELAY is NOT the problem! Its simply old
Do it your self and save $100-$1,700
Cost for repair if you have a soldering iron laying around is $0
BRAKE and ABS light come on 'intermittently' seemingly when 'going over a
bump', doesn't happen all the time, code C0265 may show WITH an ABS
Comment with questions.
2000 chevy astro A/C problem fix
this is how to fix the a/c problem is this style of van. the symptoms of
this problem are the air will only blow out of the defrost and floor,
which causes poor heating and cooling. with a little of your time, this is
a cheeap fix, less than $10.