I just bought a used 2003 Chevy suburban and it was working good, I like to replace certain parts to make sure it lasts a long time and I don't have to worry. I've already planned on replacing the spark plugs, alternator, belts and oil. But before I could get to any of that, today while driving...
97' Suburban 1500
Shakes after I accelerate to 40-60 mph only when given gas, and only when it's already warm. Doesn't do it on cold start at all, just swapped distributor, so it's not as bad, but still going on. It's fine if shifts to another gear and only below 2,000 RPM.
I was told it may be...
1998 suburban with a 5.7 having trouble shifting up, it just revs up but never shifts, backfires occurring often when revving up too. If anyone knows what could be the most likely cause I'd really appreciate the help.
I have a 2008 Chevy Suburban 1500, 5.3L LT (no air ride). I decided to put a lift on my truck, and here is my setup.
RC 3.5" Lift
3.5" shock spacers
Transaxle bracket mounts(came with kit)
KYB stock coilovers
MOOG Upper CA's w/offset ball joint
Skyjacker 4" Lift knuckles