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Old February 10th, 2019, 6:28 PM
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Default 2009 Chevy Suburban LS




My first Chevy, my first family vehicle. Loving this thing. Got to drive it in the snow this week and so far I havenít gotten stuck or slid anywhere. Itís like driving a tank..... compared to my old Honda.

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Newly acquired 2013 Suburban 2500 4x4 w/max tow package. Added to stable last weekend that currently incudes a 1997 1500 4X2 and 2002 1500 Z71. Yee Ha!


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Default 1997 c1500 suburban LT 5.7L V8 72,XXX original miles!!!

I cant even began to express how much this truck mean to me. The truck was purchased brand new 01/01/1997. And has just been catered to her whole life. I am still technically the new/original owner with all purchasing records even down to the list price tags off the lot in 97. Ive already replaced the windshield wiper module, and bought all new tires. But i have already noticed a phantom coolant leak. Thinking maybe back heater hook up. And a akward clunk randomly between 1st and 2nd. I want to try and adress thesevminor issues before it because a ****show. Any extra tips tricks or info you got to share id love to hear em all




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... But i have already noticed a phantom coolant leak. Thinking maybe back heater hook up. And a akward clunk randomly between 1st and 2nd. I want to try and adress thesevminor issues before it because a ****show. Any extra tips tricks or info you got to share id love to hear em all
Iny my '97 random coolant leaks were caused by (1) intake gasket (to fix there is an upgrade to felpro gasket). I believe this was a chronic problem with these early 350 vortecs and the cause of frequent overheating issues (2) aluminum coolant lines to back heater running under passenger side were corroded. (To fix - replace with rubber hoses)

Random transmission bang on 1->2 shift, mine did it too for a year or two before the clutches went. A rebuild is probably due.
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