Hey Keisty=It is under the kick panel on the pass side. If you want to remove the codes simply remove the negative battery cable for 30 seconds. GoodluckJoe
Will a transfer case from a 91 Chevy silverrodo fit a 2001 Chevy suburban?
This would not be a direct swap.......adapters and computer change is inevitable!
Got to lmctruck.com they have every part for a 73 - 91 suburban you can think of. Their catalog online shows explode views of all kinds of things and numbers all the parts so you can buy the ones you need!
Check the brake light switch. It is defective or out of adjustment.
No it will not interchange.
i own a 91 caprice the engine ecm computer is mounted in the passenger side kick panel behind trim..
yes , they are the same bolt patters , might have to change light connections , just put a 85 Scottsdale radiator support on my 91 suburban
subtract 1919 from 2010 91 If you have a computer your computer has a calculator you can use that
13974945 You do have a calculator on your computer.
There are two possible mounting locations for the computer in a 91 ford Ranger. One is behind the radio. The second is behind the passenger side kick panel.
No, the 73 - 91 Suburbans are the boxy ones with 81 - 91 getting a little different nose treatment (sloped hood), but 92 on is completely different.
It does not have it's own computer, The engine and transmission is controlled by the PCM-Power train control module / computer. There is only one computer for the entire truck.
A highly modified Chevy Suburban 73-91 body style.
Passenger side kick panel
Electronic Control Unit or Computer.
If it has a computer it is the knock sensor.
Take the inside of the glove box out and look down and to the right and you will see it.
can't. computer does it automatically.
It is part of the engine computer.
You MUST have a OBDII engine scanner to set the timing. It is computer controlled.
That year did not have 1. No need for 1 because it is computer controled
No. That was the last year of the mechanical 4L60 before they switched to the electronic 4L60E.
I don't think so, given that the engine became computer controlled in 1996. I they are the same size they might bolt up just fine but I'm not sure how much work it would be to convert it to computer control. The Suburban and Silverado drive trains were almost unchanged from 1988 thru 1995 and 1996 thru 2000.
The crank shaft sensor on a 2000 Chevy Suburban is located on the bottom of the engine, near the oil filter. It constantly monitors the crank shaft and updates the vehicle's computer of its status.
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.