Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
You don't have to pull the engine you do have to pull all the plastic **** off the top of the motor. It is a very tight fit and is done more by feel than by sight. Once you get all the plastic off, climb up on top of the motor with a flashlight (MAKE SURE THE VEHICLE CANNOT START AT THIS TIME) stick your head down by the back side of the motor you should beable to see it by doing a little bobbing and weaving. It should be located a little right of center on the backside of the motor
Posted on Dec 03, 2008
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