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Tahoe02

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  1. You could look at Cars.com in your area and find another Suburban and look underneath and then you would know for sure how it mounts.
  2. Glad to hear that it worked out for you. Had the same deal in Florida on an early build Tahoe, but I purchased mine new. Went to the BBB hearing and represented myself. Had all my ducks in a row and good solid documentation. I was successful in the end. GM customer service was a joke as was the GM rep for our area.
  3. You have a really nice looking truck. Keep it for now and pay it off. You have 24 months of warranty to decide what you want to do. You could also consider an extended warranty if you decide to keep it. Several threads on how to get the best deal on the warranty.
  4. I second the road force balance as it cured my chevy shake. It would almost shake my water bottle out of the cup holder at 70mph.
  5. Dash squeak

    I used silicone in my Tahoe and sprayed where plastic meets plastic around my center console and it cured my squeaks.
  6. Have you checked to see if you have a wheel repair shop in your area.
  7. Chevrolet 2006 starts then slowly dies

    Batteries can have a cell going dead and can cause all kind of weird issues. How old is your battery.
  8. Z71 Decals

    Have you looked on Ebay for the grille.
  9. Unfortunately sometimes you just have to go to the Dealer. Good luck and hope it works out for you.
  10. Hope you can get your money back on the used one. You could also see if there are any new ones for sale on Ebay from a GM Dealer. Lots of Dealers sell on Ebay. Cheaper prices, no tax and free shipping. The Dealer would then only charge to program or you could use a local locksmith. Good luck.
  11. Worked for me also. Learn button on the back.
  12. www.gmeppdirectsmith.com and www.knappvehicleservicecontracts.com
  13. 2018 Leftover

    Did you look on Cars.com.
  14. You should check the carfax although not always 100% accurate. You could also check the GM dealer for history on repairs and maintenance. Test drive as you indicated and look at the truck to make sure it is clean and looks well taken care of. I would also recommend a GMEPP extended warranty as these trucks are electronically laden. Check online pricing for extended warranty and have the Dealer match or beat the price. Good luck.
  15. looking for ways to increase HP

    I thought the OP had a 2014.
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