Geneva Package on 99 GMC Suburban

Discussion in 'Chevy Suburban Forum (GMC Yukon XL)' started by tempestt-37, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. tempestt-37

    tempestt-37 New Member

    I came a crossed a 1999 GMC Suburban with a Geneva package Does anyone know what the Geneva Package is?[h=1][/h]
  2. Never heard of that one. Maybe dealer installed or a aftermarket conversion company.?????????????
  3. Foxracer

    Foxracer New Member

    its aftermarket like regency with the woodgrain moon roof and all that stuff
  4. If it is a aftermaket conversion, BECAREFUL! Most of the conversion companies have gone out of business due to the economy and slow truck sales. Parts are hard or impossible to find. I myself won't buy a conversion truck/van. JMO.
  5. ChevyFan

    ChevyFan Administrator Staff Member

  6. Foxracer

    Foxracer New Member

    i think that company went under like in 2000 if i can rememeber my unlce had one that was a 6.5 turbo
  7. tbplus10

    tbplus10 Super Moderator

  8. janikphoto

    janikphoto New Member

    I wouldn't be too worried. Most of the alterations and upgrades were cosmetic on these types of vehicles. If the wood grain dash breaks, just replace it with the stock part instead. And chances are that a sunroof/moonroof part could be found, if needed.
  9. Enkeiavalanche

    Enkeiavalanche Moderator

    the sunroof should be factory..
  10. janikphoto

    janikphoto New Member

    Really?!? I want one! I thought it was something the conversion companies added, along with the running boards, fancy wheels, wood trim, TV's, etc...
  11. tempestt-37

    tempestt-37 New Member

    My 97 has running boards and I think its just a run of the mill Suburban. The the 99 locally (I believe have the Geneva Package) does not have running boards.
  12. Years ago we had several people come to our shop to get repairs done on there conversion Tahoes/Suburbans, usually a seat problem. Some of the aftermarket seats were junk and the frames would crack. Of course the conversion company and seat company were no longer around. Also there wiring jobs for the T.V.'s and the other electronics were a nightmare. All I can say tempestt-37 is you've been warned.
  13. janikphoto

    janikphoto New Member

    Yeah, I know that running boards could be added by anyone, and even some may have been dealer options. However, almost every conversion company vehicle I see has them installed. That and wood trim seem to be a conversion van/suv hallmark!

    Yeah, I never assumed the conversion seats/captains chairs would've been of such low quality. I could see the wiring being a mess, though. Very few people/places - even pros - know how to properly wire a vehicle. Most anyone can get the wiring to work, but they don't consider the steps to make it last long term through all the bumping around, moving, jostling, extreme temps, etc...

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