Dextron II fluid.
front of engine behind the fan
The year 1995 was the final year Chevy offered a diesel engine in the SurburbanThis is not true i have a 1999 2500 Chevy suburban diesel engine and believe that was the last year they offered it.
The transmission in the 1995 Chevy 1500 is the 4L60E Transmission.
A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor. A 1995 suburban doesn't have a carburetor.
It is a 5.3 liter 1995 chevy suburban
That would be the 4L80E transmission.
i need a pictrure of the cooling system diagram for 1995 Chevy suburban
on top of the engine, towards the front to the left of where the tube from the radiator goes in.
NO it won't even bolt up to it. Chevy REDESIGNED THE ENGINE BLOCK AND TRANSMISSION BELLHOUSINGS in late 1999.
NO it will not.
Yes it is the same engine. Both of them are TBI / Throttle body injection engines.
That would be a 4L80E automatic transmission.
If it is a 2.4 liter engine with dohc it does not have a dip stick... it is a sealed transmission.
NO. It won't fit on the engine block.
Iat / Idle air temperature sensor was not used on that year.
If it's a 1/2 ton it will be the 4L60E transmission. 3/4 tons used the 4L80E in them.
The 1/2 tons use the 4L60E and the 3/4 tons use the 4L80E in them
The only type of transmission that Chevy used in that truck is a 4L60E transmission. If it is a 1/2 ton. The 3/4 tons used the 4L80E only.
No, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban does not have a carburetor. The carburetors were changed in 1995 and replaced with fuel injectors.
Cut the engine capartment out so it fits
It has the 4L60E transmission in it.