Remove the serpentine belt, pull the radiator fan "shroud", remove the 4 bolts holding the radiator fan clutch to the water pump shaft, find and remove the bolts that hold the water pump to the block. It's often beneficial to purchase the replacement water pump BEFORE you remove it, so that you can see where all of the bolts are.
Durng the process, you'll need to remove the occasional radiator hose and other stuff that gets in the way.
Yes it will, there the same.
Chevy did not use them on there trucks.
To the left of the thermostat housing, It screews into the intake water jacket.
Yes it will fit right in there. No problems.
Yes it will if there both 4x4 Transmissions.
A green 1996 Chevy suburban
the hood and bumper and fenders will, the grille is slightly different
9 million dollars
1996 to the early month of 1999 will all fit with no problems.
my husband says there isn't one
About five quarts should do it.
NO. Not until 1996
It is built into the alternator. It is all 1 unit.
It is inside of the fuel tank.
You need a wedge tool to separate the arm from the main steering rod , then unfasten the two bolts and it is off .
No, a 1996 is fuel injected not carburetted. The fuel filter is along the frame.
The brake dump valve on a 1996 Chevy Suburban is used for bleeding the brakes after new brake pads are installed. It is located on the master cylinder for each brake.
i have a 1996 Chevy suburban with 226,000 miles on it and it runs great so you make that decision
Need to replace the ingnition module in the Distributor.
what kind of wrench to remove brake pads
It is located on the left rear of transfer case.