Question about 1994 Chevrolet Suburban
BUT IT GOES BACK TO NORMAL . BUT IT SMOKES A LITTLE WHEN I SIT A RED LIGHT...GREAT TRUCK NEVER WILL GET RID OF..SOME PEOPLE SAY JUST REPLASE THE MOTOR BUT I KNOW BETTER .... PLEASE HELP.....................
V-8 with high miles will do that due the worn piston rings. I would use a bottle of smoke-away and maybe use lucas oil stablazier or go all out and use 10-40
Posted on Feb 11, 2009
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