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How do you replace u-joint in steering column of 1999 Chevrolet Suburban

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Go to your local after market or dealer and purchase an intermediate steering shaft, be sure to lock your steering wheel before you disassemble.

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SOURCE: 1999 chevrolet suburban cleaning headlights?

windex will do!

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SOURCE: I am looking for the schematics for the steering column on a 1999 chevy suburban

ok there are 2 bolts under the dash 4 on the floor and the yoke your going to have to take off the plastics around the the collum ther are 4 screws and it comes off. there are two sets of electrical clips you will have to take apart you will see a little push clip and pull apart after that it will be free and slide right out. for the steering wheel there are 2 screws behind it that will take off the air bag and un plug it then one bolt and you will need a puller to take it off thats only if you want it.

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SOURCE: cruise doesn't work on 1999 Chevy Suburban 6.5 Diesel 4x4

sounds like speed sensor that where it picks up the pulse for cruise

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Hello, the steering position sensor just snaps into the bottom of the steering column. remove the steering shaft at the bottom of steering column, then slide the sensor off

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