Location of the Fuel Pressure Regulator on a 1999 Suburban?

Answer 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 »

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How to Replace the Fuel Pressure Regulator on a 2003 Suburban?

The Suburban is a large sport utility vehicle. Chevy began building this popular model in 1935. Suburbans built since 2000 are similar to Chevrolet's pickup trucks, except they have a station wagon... Read More »

Location of a 2002 Suburban Oil Pressure Gauge Sending Unit?

The Suburban was an oddity in the automotive realm, as it was one of the few vehicles that two automakers -- Chevy and GMC -- offered with the exact same name. This was an oddity that had a deep he... Read More »

1996 Chevy Suburban Fuel Filter Location?

The 1996 Chevrolet Suburban uses a fuel pump that is stored in the fuel tank. The fuel pump is responsible for sending the fuel through the fuel line to the engine. Preventing debris and sediment f... Read More »

Where does the high-pressure power steering hose go on a 1999 Suburban?

The high-pressure power steering hose on a 1999 suburban goes in on the steering box. In order to reach the steering hose on the vehicle, you'll need to rotate, and then remove its protective cover... Read More »