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The 1997 Chevrolet C/K 1500 is a full-size pickup truck with a four-speed automatic transmission and a 5.7-liter V8 engine. The engine is an inline six cylinder with 230 horsepower. All models were equipped with a third door. The 5.7-liter V8 is a more powerful option, delivering 255 horsepower. It is equipped with an electric power steering system and electronic variable orifice steering.
The C/K is available in various wheelbases, including 135.5, 159.5, and 183.5. It is a heavy-duty vehicle, and its dimensions are distinct from those of a pick-up or a C/K chassis cab. It is available only in a four-speed automatic. The GM-designed model was intended for commercial use, but it was not available for retail sale.
The 4L60E transmission is the latest version available for the C/K 1500. Its rear output housing is a six-bolt design, while its predecessors only have four-bolt construction. It comes with a 5-year unlimited-mileage warranty, and you can even get a third-door option. The new third-door feature is available on all shortbed extended-cab models, and Chevrolet says it will be more widely available for these trucks this year.
The 4L60E transmission is also available in the 1997 Chevy C-K 1500. Its rear output housing is six-bolt, while the early 4L60E version has four-bolt housing. Both have torque converters and come with a 5-year unlimited-mileage warranty. This transmission is a great option for the long haul and for work. However, the torque converter is not included in this upgrade.
The 1997 Chevy C-K 1500 has a four-speed automatic transmission and a five-speed manual transmission. The latter is more powerful and can carry more cargo than the former. Its torque converter makes it a better choice for hauling heavy objects, and its 5 year unlimited-mileage warranty makes it worth the extra expense. These features make the C-K 1500 even more practical.
In 1997, the Chevrolet C-K 1500 is available with four-wheel drive and a four-speed automatic transmission. The transmission is the backbone of this truck, and it is an integral part of the vehicle. It is designed to perform well on both muddy and city streets. The engine is paired with an eight-speed manual transmission. It can be ordered from AutoZone.
The transmission of the Chevrolet C-K 1500 is a four-speed automatic. It was introduced in 1997 and was designed for GM trucks. The 5.7-liter V8 was available in all models, and it was designed to tow up to 10,000 pounds. The parts of the Chevrolet C-K pickup have long-lasting life and can be serviced at a 100,000-mile interval. Its interior trim can be trimmed in leather or vinyl.