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The Chevrolet Express, a series of full-size vans, was first introduced by General Motors in 1996. Over the years, it has seen several engine and transmission revisions, constantly adapting to provide better performance and functionality. Originally, it offered a variety of engines, from a standard 4.3L V6 to optional 5.0L, 5.7L, 6.5L turbodiesel, and 7.4L V8. In 2003, the line-up saw a significant change, retaining only the 4.3L V6, and introducing the "Generation III" small-block V8 engines, with capacities ranging from 4.8L to 6.0L. The 6.6L Duramax diesel V8 introduced in 2006 was eventually replaced by a 2.8L inline-4 Duramax, and an all-new 6.6L V8 took the place of the old 6.0L version in the latest update. The Express originally came with a 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission, which transitioned to a six-speed 6L90 automatic for higher trims in 2010, and later an 8-speed automatic 8L90-E. As for the chassis, the Express started with the GMT600, specifically designed for full-size vans, featuring a full-length ladder frame and boxed forward frame rails, with two wheelbase options: a standard length of 135 inches or an extended length of 155 inches. Post-2003 models shifted to the GMT610, with a three-section fully-boxed frame. The Express boasts a short-long arm rear-wheel-drive front suspension, torsion-bar all-wheel-drive front springs, and four-wheel disc brakes with standardized ABS. All these features make the Chevrolet Express a classic choice for group travels.

Chevrolet Express owners, particularly those with high-mileage vehicles, have noted a couple of prevalent issues. First is the problem with the engine, characterized by the vehicle starting then randomly dying, engine misfires making it hard to restart, poor fuel economy, and slow acceleration. These symptoms usually point to a need for a new rocker shaft spring kit, spark plug, or fuel pump. The second most common issue is differential failure, usually detected by noises like whining, howling, or clunking, vibrations, and oil leaks from the differential seal, all indicating the need for a differential replacement. Additionally, due to frequent usage, parts like door handles, responsible for the safe opening and closing of the vehicle doors, can get loose or dysfunctional, requiring replacement. Similarly, after a collision or accident, or if seat belts are frayed or malfunctioning, a replacement is necessary for safety. These seemingly minor parts often go unnoticed but demand attention to avoid larger issues down the line.

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Chevrolet Express Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the Door Handle,Door Latch Assembly and Door Lock Cylinder?
    A: To remove the door latch, remove the door trim panel and water shield, if it's the front door, remove the rear glass run channel, or if it's a sliding door, remove the door control assembly. Then, remove the screws securing the latch to the door and adjust the latch to disconnect the electrical connector (if equipped) and detach the rods, and latch assembly from the door. For installation, simply follow the reverse of the removal procedure. To remove the inside door handle, remove the door trim panel, and the water shield, drill out the rivet securing the inside door, detach the rods from the inside door handle, and remove the handle. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. To remove the upper door latch striker from the rear side door, remove the striker mounting bolts and the striker. Installation is the reverse of removal.
  • Q: How do you replace the fuel pressure regulator for Chevrolet Express?
    A: To replace the fuel pressure regulator, start by relieving the fuel system pressure and disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. Then, remove the engine cover and, on certain engine models, the upper intake manifold. Next, remove the pressure regulator retaining clip and detach the fuel pressure regulator from the fuel meter body or fuel rail. If replacing the regulator, bring the old regulator and retaining clip to the store to ensure you get the correct replacement. Replace all of the pressure regulator O-rings, including the smaller one that may still be in the fuel meter body or fuel rail. Disconnect the vacuum line from the regulator and remove the retaining clip and regulator. Make sure all spacers and O-rings are removed from the fuel rail. Lubricate the new O-rings with oil and then proceed with the reverse of the removal process for installation. Note that on 2004 and later models, the fuel pressure regulator is not serviceable as it is an integral part of the fuel pump module.
  • Q: How do you remove the Hood Cable and Hood Latch?
    A: To remove the latch assembly, start by scribing a line around the latch to aid in alignment during reinstallation. Then, remove the latch retaining bolts securing it to the radiator support and detach the hood release cable from the back of the latch assembly. For installation, simply reverse the removal process.