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If they look the same they will. the best way to check is if you had the vin number from the truck the transmission was going into and the part number from the transmission, call a Chrysler dealer and have them reference the numbers to check compatibility.
The best and fastest way is to look at the VIN Plate and it will have a alpha numeric code.
This code tells you the Engine,Transmission, etc....Then contact Chevrolet and they should be able to find the number and tell you exactly what transmission you have in your truck.
There should be 8 frost plugs on this engine. Two in the front, behing the ps pump and alt, two in the back of the engine, it will be necessary to RR transmission and 4 underneath, under both motor mounts, the starter and one you can see on the drivers side of the motor.
Suburban,Yukon,Tahoes basically large suvs and trucks share the transmissions, but need to use vin number to know, dealer has that information if selling this transmission tell buyer to call dealer with their vin number to see if it is compatible.