Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
As far as it making noise as it turns faster I would check your U Joints. The clank that you hear switching into 4wheel low is completely normal. I have had 3 big Chevy trucks and 6 suburbans. The dealer will also confirm. Just make sure when turning 4wheel low on the suburban is in Neutral at a complete stop, OR in neutral rolling at 3mph.
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