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My first stop would be the dealership. If you do not want to do that you could go to to check out the Chevy Suburban. They would have all the info you need to make your decision.

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Most major components will be. However, if that pickup is, say, a 3500 with a diesel or big block, you won't want to use the transmission from the suburban.

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Find an easy place to work and cut the lines into and hook them together with a rubber heater hose a clamps.

What do you want to know about its oul changes? When, how, the cost...?

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Chevy is interchangeable from 1988-1998. As long as your bolt holes match up any ac compressor from those year models should work. You would probably want to find one that came off of the same size motor though. Hope this helps.

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