How Do I Change a 1989 Suburban Power Steering Unit?

Answer The power steering unit in the 1989 Chevy Suburban assists you in turning the steering wheel. It consists of a pump and pulley combination. Turning the steering wheel is a difficult task in vehicle... Read More »

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How to Change a 1989 Suburan Power Steering Unit?

The power steering gear on a 1989 Chevrolet Suburban may develop so much freeplay that it cannot be adjusted, or it may leak power steering fluid. In either case, it must be replaced. If you allow ... Read More »

How to Change a Power Steering Pump in a Suburban?

The power steering pump in your Chevrolet Suburban helps you turn the wheels of the car easily when you use the steering wheel. If the power steering pump does not function properly, steering will ... Read More »

How to Remove a Suburban Power Steering Pump?

A power steering pump is responsible for both storing power steering fluid and supplying the Suburban's steering components with fluid. As the Suburban's steering components use a hydraulic design,... 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 »