How to Remove a 1999 Suburban Fuel Tank?

Answer The fuel tank on a 1999 Chevrolet Suburban is where the gas is stored that runs the vehicle. Because of the tank's location under the chassis, it's susceptible to damage in accidents or from bottom... Read More »

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How to Remove a 1999 Suburban Fuel Pump?

The fuel pump on a 1999 Suburban is mounted inside of the gas tank as part of the fuel tank sending unit assembly. The fuel pump is critical to the proper operation of the engine, because if it's n... Read More »

How to Replace the Fuel Filter in a 1999 Chevy Suburban?

The 1999 Chevrolet Suburban has an in-line fuel filter. In-line fuel filters are installed below the vehicle near the fuel pump and fuel tank. The fuel filter cleans fuel that is pumped from the ta... Read More »

Location of the Fuel Pressure Regulator on a 1999 Suburban?

The fuel pressure regulator controls the amount of fuel each of your Suburban's eight fuel injectors receive during engine operation. When the engine's vacuum pressure is high, the regulator opens ... Read More »

How to Check the Fuel Pump in a 1999 Chevy Suburban?

Signs of a fuel pump problem include an erratic engine idle, sudden stopping of the engine, problems when starting the vehicle in hot or cold weather and the engine rotating but not starting. All t... Read More »