2000 Chevy Suburban Front Suspension Parts Diagram
Last Updated on January 8, 2020 by Christ
2000 Chevy Suburban Front Suspension Parts Diagram – Chevrolet Suburban is a full-size car SUV produced by the US company General Motors since 1936 (the first use of the name Suburban). The model was also mounted by Holden and GMC Truck (as the GMC Yukon XL). From February 1998 to January 2001 in the General Motors plant in the Mexican city of Silao produced model Holden Suburban.
For most of the production was the Suburban station wagon version of the pick-ups produced by Chevrolet in the Chevrolet / GMC C / K and Silverado. Currently produced is 11 generation model. To drive used mainly petrol engines R6 (early generations), V6 and V8 were available also diesel engines. Power is transmitted to the rear axle / both axles via an automatic transmission.
2000 Chevy Suburban Front Suspension Parts Diagram:
2000 Chevy Suburban is used independent front suspension consists of upper and lower control arms with steering knuckle mounted between ball joints.
- Upper Control Arm
- Upper Ball Joint
- Lower Ball Joint
- Lower Control Arm
- Front Coil Spring
- Front Coil Spring Upper Insulator
- Upper Control Arm-To-Frame Nut
- Upper Control Arm-to-frame Bolts
This diagram is based on the Chevrolet workshop manual. This diagram applies to the 2000-2002 new style “C” Series using 4.8L, 5.3L, and 6.0L engines. Hopefully 2000 Chevrolet Suburban Front Suspension Parts Diagram useful for you.