Did you know?5.3L 'Vortec' 5300 V8 with Active Fuel Management, 320 hp (239 kW).
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They are specific for your model truck. The Idler arm is attached to the frame with two bolts and nuts and the other end is attached to the center link. You may need a tool called a fork to remove the old one from the center link. The pitman arm, one end is attached to your steering box and the other end to the center link. You need a pitman arm remover tool for that one. I've never heard of anyone needing to replace the pitman arm because its a steel not wearing part.good luck