Question about Chevrolet Suburban 2500
Easy things to check first...#1 transmission fluid for correct level and that fluid doesn't smell burnt. if smells burnt, may need transmission flush. #2 change fuel filter. #3 purchase a can of Seafoam @ Autozone $10 pour in half can to half tank of gas and see if this wont clean up the fuel injectors and check all injector connections for security. #4 check all vacuum intake hoses..they may have cracks in them allowing a leak. if you checked all these out and they're good...then its probably a bad fuel pump or defective ECM. hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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