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Chevy Suburban

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Chevy Suburban is Chevrolet’s large sport utility vehicle which started production in 1935 and is one of the most profitable vehicles of General Motors. The vehicle has also been manufactured under the Holden, Chevrolet and GMC brands.
In the VW manual it says; Insert the master key into the Ignition lock and switch on the Ignition (don't start the engine), Lock the vehicle from the outside, manually using the second master key or valet key, Press button A or C on the remote control one time and then wait at least 2 seconds,...
because you could take your music on the go and listen 2 it anywhere
  == Answer ==   Sounds like an electrical short to me. Possibly behind the dash somewhere. If you can acquire a wiring diagram you might be able to see what wires those components share.
You have a problem with the emmission system / computer system. You will need a engine scanner to turn the light off, But if you did not fix the problem that made it come on in the first place, it will just come on again. You need to have the engine scaned and read the codes to see what is wrong. ...
  == Answer ==     Answer     I just did this on my 97 and this is how I did it....     disconnect the neg post on battery     remove the top fan shroud 7 screws in all     release tension on the belt using the idler pulley and slide the belt off, make sure...
== Answer ==   The knock sensors(2) are in the valley pan beneath the intake manifold
  http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_install_a_starter_on_a_1995_suburban"
  == Answer ==   Try having your tires balanced and rotated. I used to have a car that would shake very bad when applying the brakes and I did everything you did. Then a guy told me to have my tires balanced and rotated and it fixed it until the tires became unbalanced again.
  Advance Auto Parts, Autozone, or Napa Auto Parts; carry the Haynes manual.
That info MAY be at programyourremote.com (program your remote.com)
  In order: Bad cylinder, Check compression on all cylinders, low compression on one cylinder indicates failure point. No or low compression points to the affected cylinder. bad fuel injector, use ohmeter to check injector coil. Run a can of injector cleaner through the unit. Bad coil pack,...
    == Answer ==     check to see if you have fire to the motor with a test light.if you have fire there it's the motor if not it could be a relay or the switch.       also check the heater motor resistor (bottom of heater box, front passenger side, left foot area) I have...
ac evaporator drain may be stopped up causing it to retain moister which will cause mold. possible cabin air filter needs to be changed
  == Answer 1 ==   There could be many causes, only a few of which I can think of at the moment.     1. Failing BEARINGS in any motor [e.g. refrigerator, vent hood, can openrer, etc.].     2. A loose washer in the sink faucet [but only when in use]. Or water flow somewhere...
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  == Answer ==   These and similar vehicles use a "hi-blow" relay to put the blower motor into high speed. The low speeds are controlled by putting various taps from a limiting resistor into the motor cicuit. The hi-blow relay is not going to be at fault since the motor runs fast. It's...
check to see if you have a bad ground.    AnswerI agree it could be a bad ground or loosr electrical conecetion you may want to even check you battery conections make sure there nice and tight. If the rest of your car powers out with the lights have the alternator checked. shucks will check...
More questions . Im not sure exactly what you are asking. Did you find a broken nut in the used oil when you drained it? if so it most assuredly came from inside the engine, or is the oil drain plug stripped? in that case then yes it was tightened too much or cross threaded and tightened too much....
Door lock rod retainerany part store will carry these, if out of stock the dealer will definitely have them
Located on the lower tube of the condensor, behind the grill on the passenger side.
  == Answer ==     More expensive vehicles now days have some sort of covering above the pedals so you can't see the wires, other wise it is quite normal and harmless unless the wires are hanging low enough that your feet or pedals might snag or tangle with the wires. Either way most...
  == Answer ==     Well, as far as I remember, the adjustment screws are where they always are on a Celica,   which is next to the light itself on the top and the side of each light.   You may not be able to easily see them for the trim around the light. they are often lead colored...
  == Answer ==   If this is an 80's model, it should be rather simple. The starter will be underneath the passenger side. After you find it, just remove the cables to it and the two bolts securing it to the block and it should slide out towards the rear of the car.
On the block of the engine. Near the oil pan hump. It is off yellow in color. made of plastic and has a wire connection located in the end. They cost between 30 and 40 bucks at the auto parts stores. Now, I have a 5.3 liter engine in my 2003 Avalanche. Hope this has helped.
There should be a good one under the hood I have a 94 with 4.3 that's were mine is for smog but there isn't but a couple vacume lines on that truck everything is electronic controlled
22 mm or 7/8" will work
You need to remember to tell the year,engine size and what you are working on when you ask a question. It will help us answer your question. The first thing to do is look in the fuse box for the 2 red 10amp fuses for the ECM. make sure they are not blown. Then get a engine scanner and hook it up...
No. It relies on the computer and sensors for shift points, firmness, etc. IF it has a vacuum modulator, it likely i s a backup device to get it home in case of electronic failure (which usually means the vehicle won't run anyway)
  == Answer ==   Check the bulbs if they are workin thin you have a short in your wiring and you will need a authorized shop to rewire your connectors.
  == Answer ==     you remove the whell and then remove the bolts from the back of the calipier then remove the bolts from the monuting for the caliper then remove the rotor by pulling it off. if it is all one piece then you have to remove the hub itself
  == Answer ==   If it has a Diesel it is probably the injector pump starting to fail.
It requires a special puller to get it of, The puller is only made to remove power steering pulleys. Some parts stores will rent it to you. It takes a special tool to press it back on too. You will need both tools.
  I used a little pick to get mine undone, it was a pain but once you start it goes easy
There is 4 of them, They are about 4 inches long and have a electric wire hooked to them. You can find them in the exhaust pipe, Start up at the engine where the exhaust hooks to the exhaust manifolds and start looking. You will find them.
  yes, and the foam insulating back could make the tank 'stick', especially if the tank is empty. Don't forget to disconnect the filler and vent lines, as well as the fuel pump lines and wiring harness.
Get a big 6" or 8" C-clamp, put one of the old pads over the piston and compress the piston back in. Make sure you don't put the clamp on a brake line or fitting or you might snap it off.
  == Answer ==   Probably a burned out bulb. Many vehicles do that to draw attention to the fact that a bulb is burned out.   == Answer ==   it blinks realy fast just to let you know the light bulb is out. turn on your emergency flashers, look at all the lights to see which one is...
== Answer ==   An excellent answer (with step-by-step instructions) can be found on the Nico Club site. This club is composed of owners of Nissan and Infiniti cars. The post related to replacing the starter on 1991-1995 Q45's may be accessed @.......   http://forums.nicoclub.com/zerothread?id...
  == Answer ==     No relay on this model. You may have a plugged fuel filter or a fuel pump that is getting weak.
Most likely not, it'd be only a 2 bolt main.
  == I think I have the Answer ==   On the frame side (not the door) where the door latches, slightly loosen the screws just enough so that the latching mechanism will move up or down.  Keep doing fine adjustments without tightening the latch until your satisfied with the closing of...
I asked this question 2 weeks ago. I could not find the correct answer on the web. I finally took my vehicle to an auto repair center. They reset my timing. They told me the mechanic found the timing connector behind the glove compartment. He removed the glove compartment box to get to it.
  == Answer ==   It's just under the front of the car. It looks like a big cylinder with 2 long bolts through it. Unhook the battery first, then disconnect the terminals from the cylinoid which is bolted to the top of the starter. Remember where they go!! Then Unscrew the 2 long bolts and be...
195 to 210 degrees. Is normal. 215 degrees will not hurt anything.
  Since you didn't give the much detail like the Year. For a 1999 Suburban it is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2.   As you look at the engine from the front.   Left side is 2-4-6-8   Right side is 1-3-5-7     [http://autorepair.about.com/od/enginefiringorders1/Engine_Firing_Orders.htm Go here to...
    == Answer ==       It sounds like a short. The short will draw constant current from the battery even with the key off. I would look start looking for the short in the headlight harness, or better yet your headlight switch.           If your battery has...
  == Answer ==     here is the easiest way to find it . take your big hot wire from you battery and chase it it will lead you right to it . but it should be in the back of engine on the right hand side looking at the car
hi hope i can help u with this../ buy a chillton manual book for your Tahoe or some similar to that they have codes numbers in says what is the problem or buy a scan tool the are like 70 to 100 dollars if it shows the engine light you just plug it in tells you what to do if you already have that...
The R2500 Is 2WD and the V2500 Is 4WD. Autozone tells you which is which.
  == Answer ==   The wiring diagram that i have has 8 wires running in that area. Red, Lt green, yellow, dark green, brown, dark blue, white, black. White and black are grounds. Dark Blue is a auxiliary lead. Red runs back to the relay center. Yeloow, Dark green, and brown are all main hots...
  == Answer ==     Do you have cruise control? I had this happen on my 97 GMC pickup. For some reason the cruise control cable was interferring with the normal throttle cable even when it was off. The one cable runs right beside the other. Even with the cruise off, it still did it......
connections . Poor engine ground or Positive battery cable is making bad connection, if cable end is good and clean and the end that goes on the starter is as well the cable may be corroded or cracked on the inside.
You have a blown / leaking wheel cylinder. Replace wheel cylinder.
The first thing I would do is check the weather stripping around the sunroof. Replace it if necessary. If that doesn't work, check the glass for cracks and have it replaced, if necessary.
  == Answer ==     I always start with the basics.......fuses.   Then go to bulbs......   Look in your fuse panel and see if you have one marked tail lights......and check it.   the brake, headlights and signals work off another circuit.
  == Answer ==   First have you replaced the bulbs in it and there not working or do you need to know how to replace them
  == Answer ==   Usually a problem with the emission control system- have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
it is to be torqued at 185 ft/lb (2wd) and 180 ft/lb (4wd)Sourcehttp://www.autowaresgroup.com/resources/documents/spindle_nut_torque_specs.pdf
Just go to the rear doors opened and start to remove the walls that covering th evaporator or coil from rear ac the expansion valve is located on the inside box of evaporator just check it is same because some times auto zone or rellys sale diferent aftermarquet parts... You must be familiar to do...
  == Answer ==   Something is mis-aligned. Check the mounting brackets to see if anything is bent. Make sure that the alternator and any other accessories are aligned properly and that all of the bolts are used to keep the accessories from twisting out of alignment. If the mounting bracket...
Had same problem, you have to replace the ABS Module. You can take it to the mechanic for about $1,200+ or this web site http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/GM-CHEVY-PU-SUV-ABS-EBCM-COMPUTER-ECU-MODULE-REBUILD-/390263833938?pt=Motors_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&hash=item5add898552
The radio fits the hole but there is a MAJOR wiring change. Concert II (the CD version) runs the radio illumination and the key in (switched power) signals through the CAN + and CAN - wires on the Concert II radio. These wires do not exist on a 1999 A6. This problem can be solved however and you can...
If you are standing in front of your truck - its on the left hand side of the motor, under the intake manifold.The best angle of attack is to jack up the front end and set it on jack stands (cinder blocks etc) and remove the front/passenger wheel. It is right behind the upper A arm, just inside the...
  http://www.swedishbricks.net/TechTips/fuelpumprelay.html   Fuel pump relay   === ===   === ===   === ===   === Contributor: ===   Bob Kuykendall   Many Bricksters have experienced no-start problems that were later traced to the fuel pump relay unit. On closer inspection...
  == Answer ==     Starter is located on the right, driver side of the car as you look into the engine compartment. Look down under the manifold and you will see it. You have to get under the car and there are two bolts to loosen. I gave up on mine and had the mechanic take it out and...
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  == Answer ==     Hey, every starter is located at the end of the hot cable from your battery. ( the cable marked red on the battery or with the + sign.
  == Answer 1 ==   Assuming the oil is of the proper viscosity [not thinned out], I can only think of two. First, if the idle speed is set way too low, and second, wear in the engine has caused all of the metal to metal spaces to become larger, allowing the oil to "leak" [so to speak]...
  == Answer ==   Common causes in order from most common to least: 1) Clogged filter. Replace it. In the future, replace it every 3,000 miles instead of 30,000 miles. 2) Low oil level. Put some in. 3) Worn main bearings. 4) Worn oil pump. 5) Clogged pickup screen. Remove pan and clean....
  == Answer ==     Sorry to say, yes you do. The fuel pump and fuel sending unit are both in the tank. You may want to consider buying a new fuel pump if yours has a lot of miles/time on it. Dropping the tank is a project I only like do once every 5 years but it is your call and your...
hi my 2008 chevy suburban transfer case is blown and automaticly  went from auto to low 4wheel drive any one know how to get it two 2  wheel drive the switch does nothing
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Remove the glove box (six Phillips head screws). Above the blower on the blower housing you will see a white electrical plug with a Phillips head screw just in front of it. Below this plug is the resistor. Remove this screw and and the resister will be able to be accessed.
If the check engine light code is "Random Multiple Misfirings", you need a tune up. Have the spark plugs and wires changed. The loss of power is due to misfirings.
  == Answer ==     the starter is located on the passenger (right) side of the vehicle, between the engine and the transmission. it has a battery cable on it so disconnect the battery before removal.. typically the colors are, a black motor with gold colored bolts and backing plate and...
On the driver's side, upper left top corner of the dash. You will have to look through the windshield from the out side to see it.
  == Answer ==   ITS HARD TO SEE BUT IT SHOULD AT THE REAR OF THE INTAKE ON THE PASSENGER SIDE OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT
    1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
The heater core is under the hood high on the passenger side fire wall. Remove the wire connection, unbolt it from the firewall and pull it out (4 to 6 bolts). Sometimes they can bee tricky if there are alot of parts around it.
  == Answer ==     It is located alittle above the oild filter on the right hand side. it is mounted to the oil filter housing.. IT is allitle tough to get to but other than that it isn't to difficult to change. Took me about 45 minutes but i changed the oil at the same time
  The "control remote" (key-less entry)usually costs anywhere between $49.99-69.99. Depends on the dealership in your area. You may also purchase the remote from a Chevy dealership etc. You will be responsible for a remote programming fee that varies between $30-$50.
Hi, Yes, there is a fuel pump relay it is located on the right side (driver side) of the engine compartment. It is in a black plastic box on the fire wall. It has 4 screws that secures the lid. If memory serves me correctly it is the red one. If your fuel pump is not working it is most likely the...
\nCan be clogged fuel filter, bad fuel pump, blown fuse, or defective fuel pump relay. In very rare instances the ECU can be defective. This is all assuming you have spark.
If a Volkswagen Jetta loses power while driving uphill, one  possible explanation is that the mass airflow sensor has gone bad.  Another possibility is that the intake manifold could be clogged.  The only way to know for sure what's wrong is to take the car to a  mechanic.
  == Answer ==     yes, direct bolt-in. Might be necessary to transfer peripherals from the original engine such as intake manifold, exhaust manifolds, ignition system, front pulleys, oil pan.
  == Startup Idle & Warm-up Time ==       If the engine has cooled down, then yes, the high idle occurs first and then as the engine becomes more efficient at burning fuel, the engine slows down. The onboard computer gets information from the two oxygen sensors located in the exhaust....
Just take it out and put the new one in. They are hard to pull out.
  What is exacly the problem? If the heating doesn't work properly just by a new one from Holden. It's a woven concept with carbon fibre technics and will never ever let you down again. We're working several years with these heating elements. Need help? Use our mail arno@autobeklederijtheuns.nl...
== Answer ==you don't need a special tool i take them off my mudding truck all the time. you do need a set of needle nose pliers to bull the big ring off then you have to use some M A N and pull straight out on them. if your M A N dose not work then use a big set of channel lockes to pull out then...
  == Answer ==   on MY00 it is (right hand drive) deep in behind the dash above the bonnet release, there are three relays here on a single mount, it is the bottom one.