How to Take Down the Gas Tank on a 1996 GMC Suburban?

Answer In 1996, the GMC Suburban used a steel gas tank to contain its fuel. This tank is strong and sturdy, but over time and through certain weather conditions, the tank can start to break down and corro... Read More »

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How to Take Down a Gas Tank on a GMC Suburban?

In a GMC Suburban, the gas tank is made of a thick plastic. Although this is great for durability and resisting corrosion, it's also easier to puncture in an accident or if you hit a large bump. If... Read More »

How to Put a Serpentine Belt on a 1996 Suburban?

The 1996 Chevrolet and GMC Suburbans may come from different brands, but the two large sport utility vehicles are essentially the same vehicle, even sharing a name. Another thing the two have in co... Read More »

How to Replace the Stereo in a 1996 GMC Suburban?

The 1996 GMC Suburban shares its dashboard assembly with other trucks and SUVs within General Motors. For all of the vehicles in this category, removal of the stereo requires a complete removal of ... Read More »

Front Differential Oil Capacity for a 1996 Suburban?

In 1936, General Motors released the Suburban under both the Chevrolet and GMC makes. The 1996 model year Suburban came standard with a 255-horsepower, 5.7-liter V-8 and two-wheel drive. The 1996 S... Read More »