Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
Your problem is most likely a sensor problem. Did you get a check engine light? It could also be a fuel pump. These vehicles are verry sensitive to even slightly low fuel pressure. Once the pump starts to get tired they just start running crappy followed by stalling and hard starting. Id start testing cheap stuff first. Like the O2 sensor. If it has been a while or never changed then it needs changed. Should be changed every other year or so to keep it working in tip top shape. cheap O2 sensors may have to be replaced more often like once every year. Next I would look at the MAF sensor. These often get a bit dirty inside and affects the ability for it to detect the proper amount of air. Clean it with a MAF safe cleaner and it just might do the trick.
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