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 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 »

How to Change the Front Brakes on a 1989 Suburban?

On a large vehicle, such as the 1989 Suburban, the brake pads typically need replaced every 20,000 to 30,000 miles. Heavy towing, which the Suburban is designed for, can lead to shorter mileage int... Read More »