Question about 1995 Chevrolet Tahoe
It crank over but wont start ,i wait 2 hrs it start again go another 2 miles ,i was told this could be ignition module, where di find module at
I walked out to start the truck today(99tahoe)and the key wouldnt turn at all!!!! didnt even get a heads up if you know what i mean.So whats the word?
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
I'm not a mikanik for 40 years and I,m not going to say he is wrong but I have 35 years with cars and welding and building all my own stuff and before you go through all of the electrical stuff I would first find out if the problem is with the fuel or electical . Check the coil for spark if you have spark I would take off the fuel filter and see if it is plugged , I just blow on the end clossest to the gas tank and if there is a lot of resistance change it and my bet is that is all it is. When the fuel filter is cold the truck starts and after a few miles it just dies . Let it sit for a few hrs and you can start it again. So from what I read you said it starts runs for a bit then dies and starts hrs later that sounds more like the filter than an electrical problem. Usualy when its electrical the circut is apen and thats it dead, not allways but more often the not. If you solved the problem the email me with the results because I just bought a 95 Tahoe and have not had any problems as of yet . My Tahoe has a 350 c.I and It has lots of power great condition. Good luck Mrbulldog30@hotmail.com
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
My suggestion would be to find the ALDL (Assembly Line Data Link) or the DLC (Data Link Connector) . Usually located under the dash and sometimes will have a plastic cover on it saying (Diagnostic Connector) You need to jumper 2 wires together and then turn ignition to on position and the trouble codes are read by a flashing check engine light located in the dash. If you need to info on this subject I would suggest loging on to Autozone.com and enter your make,year and model of vehicle and you will be able to get all kinds of repair info for free. The troubleshooting section is quite impressive and is taken directly from Chiltons manuals. Because basically the problem your encountering could be a number of different things and the last thing you want to do is throw money away on a hit or miss procedure.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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