Your security system is malfunctioning and putting your Suburban in a temporary lock down. It is shutting down your engine right after start each time. In a few hours it will reset and allow you to start your Suburban again. Needs a new distributor cap. May be a loose fuel pump electrical connection. Located on top of the fuel tank. Requires dropping the tank to access and inspect.
Filter installed in reverse.
I would be looking at the distributor shaft. They have been known to loose their magnetism. I've had this problem with my 1987 Suburban in the past.
Perhaps a bad ignition switch?
Yes they will, bolt right on. My1995 Suburban has 5 lug rims and I have a co-worker who has a 2008. His has 6 lug rims. His would not fit mine.
Does it have fuel/spark/compression?
faulty solenoid.on the starter.
I would replace the ignetion module that is in the distributor.
If you lived in a rainy climate you would have to only eat meat
your throttle body could be sticking i'd start by cleaning that
Most all suburban that year are 4x4
I would start with the Fuel Pump.
What would make a 1899 oldsmobile cutlass ciera start and then die right away?
This would not be a direct swap.......adapters and computer change is inevitable!
A suburban hotel tends to be within the borders of a city, but not in its downtown core. A Rural hotel would be in the country. An urban hotel would be downtown.
Any car can start on fire any time. If you tend to smell gas when your around your car it would be in your best interest to have it inspected by a mechanic as soon as possible.
No, because you would like to start the sentence right and if you start it with an adverb it would be a sentence fragment.
cold and rainy
That would be the 4L60E
That would be a 4L60E.
My first stop would be the dealership. If you do not want to do that you could go to chevy.com to check out the Chevy Suburban. They would have all the info you need to make your decision.
They are both 5.7's. I would imagine so. Call a dealer.
The vehicle is in 4 wheel drive mode and you're on dry pavement.
Mostly rainy and moist.