Question about Chevrolet Suburban 1500
My experience with this in the past was yes, but it had to be done by factory authorized, installer, obviously for insurance liability issues that may arise. If you check,(don't have to buy) for price and availability from GM dealer, they will probably advise you of any such requirements, and if they don't say anything, you ask them. I know with my experience, with Chrysler, and basically same idea, I could pay for the seat, but it would be shipped to installer, to gaurantee done by them. That way everybody's rear was covered.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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