We bought it at 18 months old. It was
basically new. Pretty good service
until 75000 miles then it turned to a
POS (piece os Sh..) The intake
manifold gaskets started leaking for no
reason. $800 at the GM dealer. Same
thing happened to my dad's 96 Suburban
and my best friends 99 Suburban.
80,000 miles the condenser coil went
out. They had to completely disassemble
the dash.$667. Never rode the same
after that. Then the ERG valve. By the
time they got through with us that cost
another $500. Like I said...POS
No doubt the 5.7 L Vortec is a smoking
engine. Literally. When your intake
manifold gaskets leak at a mere 75,000
mile it will be SMOKLING!
FIX THE INTAKE MANIFOLD GASKETS!!! I
have talked to DOZENS of people that
have this problem. Ain't it ain't a
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