A dealership will charge more (I work at one), but it will likely be done RIGHT. Especially if you take it to a Chevrolet dealer! We've been taking our truck to Bill Heard and they have no record, as of today, on repairs done last month and in the past. The same problems have been repaired there more than once. Something else always happens after we've taken it in to the Bill Heard Repair Center. The truck is Diesel and it's one year old. I don't think we should be having so many problems. Our present problem is the speedometer not working. Don't know where to take it for repairs. If the dealer can't take care of the problems, then who should you trust? Take it to a GMC DEALER that DOES NOT also sell PONTIACS. They usually are more aware of the problems with TRUCKS and only work on them. Before I take mine to the local Chevy parts changer, I give the local Pontiac guys a shot at mine. More often than not(better than 90%) They listen(always good), can/will READ my trouble shooting list, and will discuss problem/go for a test drive BEFORE putting it on the analyzer. If your dealer looks at you like you have 3 heads when you bring in a trouble shooting list, RUN don't walk out the door and go to another dealer/shop.
The Chevrolet suburban 1500 axle is interchangeable with the Chevrolet Silverado 1500 axle. The manufacture year of the vehicles should be the same.
The 2003 Chevrolet suburban requires five quarts of oil in the motor. The oil filter should be filled with oil, when changing it.
in a 1992 mc suburban i get about 12-14 mpg
The 2003 Chevrolet suburban spark plugs should be changed every 30,000 miles. The life of the spark plug is dependent upon the driving habits of the automobile driver.
The 2003 Chevrolet Suburban front axle hub as a torque specification of 120 pounds. You should never exceed the torque specification as you will cause the wheel seal to fail.
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The spark plug gap for a 2004 Chevrolet Suburban should be set at .040 inches. The new spark plugs are pre-gapped and do not need adjusting.
It should be just under the bottom of the dash were your knees would be when sitting in the driver seat. Look in that area.
$40.00 labor. Starter may cost anywhere from 120.00 to 145.00
When you begin to see signs of excess wear, fraying, cracking, or other damage.
The 4wd message in a Chevy Suburban is most commonly caused by the encoder motor or the selector switch failing. The transmission computer codes should be run to see if an indicated.