1989 Suburban Specs?

Answer In 1989, Chevrolet produced a large, half-ton SUV called the Suburban. The original retail price in 1989 was $14,500 to $19,219. The Chevrolet Suburban comes in three trims: the R15, R25 and V15. E... Read More »

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1989 Suburban Fluid Specs?

The 1989 Suburban, available through GMC or Chevrolet, offered a 5.7L and a 7.4L eight-cylinder gasoline engine as well as a 6.2L diesel engine. Each engine type uses different levels but similar t... Read More »

How to Remove a 1989 Suburban Dash?

You may choose to remove the dashboard on your 1989 Chevrolet Suburban for a multitude of different reasons. Installation of a new radio upgrade is one example. Before you replace any instruments o... Read More »

How to Remove the Fuel Pump in a 1989 GMC Suburban?

The 1989 GMC Suburban has a similar fuel setup to the Chevrolet and Holden Suburbans, which use the C/K truck under chassis. Unlike some vehicles, the 1989 Suburban does not have a quick access pan... Read More »

How to Rotate the Flywheel on a 1989 Chevy Suburban?

The flywheel on the 1989 Chevy Suburban is used as a storing device for rotating energy, which help produce the initial power to start the movement within the engine. If you wish to rotate the flyw... Read More »