No, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban does not have a carburetor. The carburetors were changed in 1995 and replaced with fuel injectors.
A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor. A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor.
Has no carburetor. It is fuel injected.
i have a 95 model and they are carburetor/fuel injected it sounds wierd i have a 95 model and they are carburetor/fuel injected it sounds wierd i have a 95 model and they are carburetor/fuel injected it sounds wierd
YES they are.
YES, That would be a direct swop.
the choke is sticking, have it repaired
Around 1987, the they switched to tbi [Throttle body injection]
A crank sensor was not USED on a 1995 model.
That truck DON'T have a reset button. Chevy didn't use them on there trucks.
THE FUEL PRESSURE ON ALL CHEVY'S 95 AND UP IS 60 TO 65 PSI
The 95 engines do not have a carburetor, They are fuel injected / TBI Throttle Body Injection and there is no ajustment on them what so ever. You have other problems. Is check engine light on ?? If so then have engine scaned with an engine scanner and you will find your problem. I have a 95 Chevy 5.7 and its got a carburetor. I really don't know anything a bout them though. Sorry
No, a 1996 is fuel injected not carburetted. The fuel filter is along the frame.