alright, i have a 99 Tahoe, and its the same way.. what you gotta do is turn the key on.. but don't start the truck, drop your shifter all the way down to first (shifter likes to get in the way) and pull the dash cupholder out. afer this has been done you just pull on the front part of the dash and it pops off (no screws, just clips) then you need to unsnap the headlight switch.. pretty easy if you just look at it. (unplug the 4x4 cables if you have a push button 4x4 system) now the dash should be removed. there are two plastic clips that hold the stock radio in the covey hole. press these down while pulling back. the radio will just slide out. then you just unplug the main wire harness and the antenna.. and that's about it. you will need to get a size adaptor to fit a smaller deck in your truck. its a 1.5 DIN.. just go to Walmart or a stereo shop and they'll hook u up with one. and instead of cutting your vehicle's plug off. get a wire harness adaptor. bout $10 and all the wires are labled. and you can just unplug your aftermarket and throw your stock back in if you ever sell this truck. and you need an antenna adaptor.. not sure what size it is.. but just go to walmart or a stereo shop.. tell em that u got a 99 burban and they can look it up.. if you want to sell this stock radio.. please email me about it.. the Tahoe of mine has a stock tape player... anyways my name is Rivers K and my email is email@example.com
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plastic bezel that holds the three lighter in the dash of my 99 suburban clip on?
Call baby momma to do it
how DO YOU REMOVE AN IGNITION CYLINDER FROM A MALIBU CHEVROLET 2000
To remove the fan from a 99 Suburban, turn the nut on the back of the fan to release. The nut is known to stick and rust, it may take spray lubricant and some force to break free.
how so you turn on the daytime running lights on a 99 suburban
You have to remove the throtle body, plastic intake plenum, and carefully remove the spider looking plug from the intake manifold.
yes, all suburbans had the same windows and assemblies from 92-99
The relay switch for the locks on a 99 Chevy Suburban is located under the driver-side dashboard.
no it wont, because the 97 is a 700r 4l160e and the 99 is a 4l60e, the 97 is a one piece transmission and the 99 is a two piece transmission, on the 99 the bell housing can be removed and the 97 is a one piece.
if it looks like the 92-99 body style, then it has the 4l60e if it has overdrive
On my 99 Suburban, the alarm activates when you press the lock button on the remote twice.
In the compartment where the jack is. It is in a black box by the pillar. Open lid and remove circuit board and replace it.
If it was built after the 6 month of 99 then it will work. but if it was built in the early month of 99 then NO. look at the sticker on the door jam and you will see that info.
fuel pressure regulator 99 suburbanI have a 99 suburban 2500 with a 7.4 motor. In it the fuel pressure regulator is just below the distributor to the right. I had to remove the upper manifold and pull the distrbutor to change it. Wasn't as tough a job as it sounds, just took a while. Hope this helps. On a 99 Chevy suburban k1500 5.7L, the regulator is directly under the intake manifold. It is connected to the passenger end of the SCPI fuel injector assembly. You can't see it until you remove the manifold. It is held on by a clip that can easily be removed with a flat-head screwdriver. If you remove the regulator, take note of which direction the clip is facing because it will only go back on one way.
They are both 5.7's. I would imagine so. Call a dealer.
Plain and simple you dont. The wireing is integrated through out the car and its not a DIY kinda job.
It is controled by the computor.
Torque converter or vacuum leak
depending on model the 94-98-99 old body you have to release late assembly on the side and the remove panel to then remove both screws that hold it to the door and pull out. on the 00 up you can just remove panel and remove screws that hold it to the door.
Go to www.kia101.com it has a tutorial on a CD player install.
NO not even close. You must stay under the year of 1999
An ECU is essentially the brain for a 1999 GMC Suburban. Without an ECU the truck will not be able to operate at all.
My 99 gmc suburban is stuck in 4 wheel drice low