The 1996 GMC K1500 comes standard with a four-wheel anti-lock brake system, daytime running lights, and driver front airbags. It receives five out of five stars for overall driver and passenger safety in the event of a frontal collision during crash tests by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
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In 1962, Chevy and GMC changed the name of their trucks to the C- or K-series --- "C" indicating two-wheel drive, and "K" indicating four-wheel drive. In 1988, GMC introduced the fifth generation of the C- and K-series pickups. The 1996 K1500 pickup came standard with a 200-horsepower, 4.3-liter V-6 and had a 230-horsepower, 5.0-liter V-8 available. The K1500's front suspension used gas-charged shock absorbers and coil springs to cushion a rough ride. Keeping the pickup's body roll in check was a stabilizer bar that connects to each lower control arm via stabilizer bar links. Replacing the stabilizer bar links on the 1996 K1500 requires close attention to the order you replace the link's components.
The 1996 GMC K1500 are four-wheel drive, and offers a new series of engines, called Vortec, which is introduced this year and provides more power and torque than ever before. It includes a 4.3-liter that puts out 200 hp at 4400 rpm, a five-liter V-8 that offers 220 hp at 4600 rpm, and a 5.7-liter V-8 with an impressive 250 hp at 4600 rpm.
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