I have a 1994 chevrolet suburban 1500 that was involve in a flood what do i need to do it starts but when u put it in reverse it go but in drive i want go i have to push the gas almost to the floor to

Asked by Apr 20, 2016 at 07:34 PM about the 1994 Chevrolet Suburban C1500

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...would have to disassemble and service the fuel systems there~ junk got in there through the water...make sure nothin' rusts anymore~ may take a few hours to disassemble and clean things...just because it runs does not make it ok...for example the PCV positive crankcase ventilation acorn probably does not rattle anymore...might just have to disassemble and refresh all systems~

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