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  1. David Espinoza
    David Espinoza
    New square body owner
  2. Matthew Scott
    Matthew Scott
    1975 needing an LS just because!
  3. ChevroletChic3318
    Feeling like......
  4. Randy Terry
    Randy Terry
    How do I post pic?
  5. superspedboy007
    here for the good times, good advice and good people.
  6. StubbTx78
    StubbTx78 X-cabsquarebody
    Love your post about how to build door panels. Question - how do you attach them to the door since you cut out the center that has all the clips? Thanks!
  7. 75vette
    2014 Audi A4
  8. yellow69z28
    Wrenching on all things 'Merican!!
    WHEELMAN malibuman402
    Why don't they fix it.where itvis easy to change and fix your password
    WHEELMAN malibuman402
    I can't see any photos of this truck.other then one I got a 86 gmc
  11. NejiDannii
    I need help on finding out what type of transmission I have on my 84 C10 Silverado
  12. Chevyguy_1999
    How do I test the fuel gauge?
  13. mitchell
    living the American way.
  14. Waylon
    Waylon gmachinz
    Hello gmachinz,

    I'd like to get a quote on an under hood harness for a 1985 GMC K1500 with a 305 and automatic.
    No cruise control
    Single headlights

    What other options do you need to know about?

    1. gmachinz
      Gauges or lights in dash? Do you need just the engine and front lighting or also the AC harness?
      May 22, 2018
    2. Waylon
      There are gauges in the dash.
      It's a base model Sierra.
      I will need pretty much everything under the hood.
      The truck has been sitting in a pasture for about 20 years and the rats have chewed on just about all of it.
      I think everything in the cab is fine.
      May 23, 2018
    3. gmachinz
      Ok-the AC harness extends from behind the dash control out to the AC enclosure and compressor so you’ll want to make sure. So here’s the pricing:

      Engine harness $179
      Front lighting harness $209
      AC harness if needed $169
      May 23, 2018
  15. Stewy
    Living and doing business in the PNW. I've owned several older GM trucks, currently have a 90 Suburban 4x4.