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My 1996 Suburban has 155,000 miles on it. I have owned it for 2 years now and just did the full tune up about a year ago. I noticed a slight and persistent jerk to it on the interstate, but it was so ...

I have just bought this 1999 2500 Suburban a week ago Tuesday. It came with only one key and no remotes. The seller was a wholesaler and did not know the old owner. At any rate I have no remotes or...

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As I have previously mentioned, I owned a 1996 GMC 3/4 ton Suburban with 454 and 4.10 LS rear-end. Now I have an Excursion with V-10 and 3.73 rear-end. I think this is a fair comparison and probably...

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absent with my father's 2000 (Mexican made) Suburban. I noticed it on my first drive home from the dealer, and my dad also noted it (without my prompting)after I tossed him the Tahoe's keys for a dr...

fuses blow. (this didn't happen with the 1996 suburban we traded in or when we hook our trailer to another suburban) We have had the vehicle in the shop 6 times for various problems - they have sai...

Most of them, in fact, had been GM products and one was even a Chevy Suburban. The paint still looked good the last time I saw it when it had 100,000+ miles on it....

Today I was talking to a guy who said that the electric fuel pump in the gas tank of his his Chevy Suburban failed because he frequently let his fuel level come close to empty....

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of the Avalanche (which is nothing more than a Suburban without its rear roof) is the "Midgate", which I'm guessing could be an issue if it ever develops a leak or draft. At least the Expl...

If you need a new, extended model (Suburban or Yukon XL) right away, buy a 2006. By the time the late 2007's come out or the 2008's, you will have a good trade in, and you can enjoy the new model....

- if you are 300 or over I'd look at a Tahoe, Suburban, Armada, etc. I'm 250 and have plenty of room. LT's are available with adjustable pedals, too, although I think they are more for shorter people...

I've had a Suburban, and 2 Denali's since 1996. The one consistent problem I've had is the front trans-axles developing problems (leaks mostly) every 20-30k....
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