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Old 08-04-2019, 05:41 PM
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Hello from Minneasota

I purchased a 2002 LT EXT with 245000 for a cool $500, nearly rust free, I think the previous owners would go south for the winters. This is my first chevy so Im going over the chilton manual and have a few repairs that arent to technical, it needs swaybar end links both front and back, theres one busted on passenger side front and drivers side rear, makes for some noisey drives, just changed the oil and filter, still got a P0014 code so it lopoks like ill be taking off the camshaft actuator and inspecting its condition, other than that the motor is strong and AT trans seems to shift smooth. looking forward to reading over the DIY section and seeing what can be done to make it a more enjoyable truck. THanks for reading.
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Old 08-05-2019, 07:53 PM
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For $500 it's hard to go wrong! Fix the imminent stuff first, and the annoyances as you can get to them. I have a 2004 LS EXT, plan to put a new hub/bearing on it this weekend.
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