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1999 gmc suburban only chugs when it's wet or humid out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If your only going with a flat 4 connector, you will have a connection behind rear bumper area that you can buy an adapter to put between the connectors & flat 4 will connect from there, otherwise you can splice into your light harness in back of cargo area, behind panel in the corner. That's all provided your only going with a flat 4. If you need more info, just let me know.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: 1999 gmc suburban has water loss
Anti-freeze inside the passenger compartment generally will leave a film on the windshield, and have a bit of a greasy feel. Ideally, if you take a white paper towel or napkin & soak up the liquid, the color would quickly identify it as anti-freeze. even though it's a trace amount.
I would expect if you aren't smelling any anti-freeze that you probably are dealing with something else. Water or brake fluid. are about the only 2 other options. Water from a plugged up drain on the heater & A/C box or a potential seal around the windshield which you would have to track down with a water hose & a helper. I would suggest a pressure test on the cooling system to prevent engine damage. If you're using coolant, you're potentially going to overheat sooner or later. That would identify the heater core or wherever the leak may be going. good luck
Posted on Jan 29, 2010
SOURCE: have a 1998 gmc 2500.
The most common faults are caused by moisture getting into the CRANKSHAFT SENSOR wiring connector or into the ignition module connections or various other electrical connectors. The ignition coil epoxy potting is cracked and the high voltage is going to ground. Remove cowling (best), or open hood, turn over engine and check for electrical arcs from the coil when dark. So when it is dark try to start it and see if you can see any arcs from the coil. that would be the first place to start. Thanks, Midwest-tek
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
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