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Given my 99 suburban has rear AC, what can I realistically expect the AC system to do in that vehicle - 40 degree ambiant temp drop? With outside temp at 93, I'm seeing about 55 degrees...
lefty loosey - righty tighty
I've got a very clean 99' k1500 with 136k. Edmunds says I could get about $5k. Its worth more than that to me (especially since it it has a new transmission and its paid off). By the time you put...
slip yoke was a common problem on older model trucks and SUV's. My suburban has it and my 00' gmc had it. well documented problem. When the rear axle torques, the slip yoke slides in and out of...
05-06-2008, 01:48 PM
.........and would a bad IACV throw a code? I understand it wouldn't if its only the o-ring.
05-06-2008, 01:43 PM
Fuel pressure is within specs. New pump/sending unit assembly and filter. I changed the pump assembly because the gas gauge was possessed. The IACV is something I have to investigate. Anyone have...
05-06-2008, 12:26 PM
Forgot to mention I did seafoam the truck just recently with no difference. I try to keep techron in the tank every 4-5 fillups. I had the injectors in my old bimmer (with over 200k)...
05-06-2008, 11:32 AM
I'm attempting to not start throwing parts at this thing. Here's the rundown:
99 k1500, 136k miles - slight stumble at idle. NO CEL codes.
New fuel/air filters. Plugs have about 40k on them. ...
05-02-2008, 09:05 AM
Its a 99' k1500. Uppers are rivited in, lowers are pressed in. I think I can handle it if I can get the half shaft out of the way. If I can unbolt it and just take it out then I'm ok, If there's a...
05-02-2008, 06:54 AM
If I can get the front drive axel out, is this the kit I need. I assume I could borrow a similar kit from Autozone. Also, how about a puller for the front half shafts - needed or not?
05-01-2008, 06:00 PM
Gary, you are the man! It's as involved as I expected. Wish me Luck.
God, I love the internet!
05-01-2008, 01:11 PM
Hey guys - new to the site.
Anyone have a how-to for a AC evaporator coil removal on a 99' Suburban. The upper connection was tight on the accumulator and I must have cracked a weld or something...
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