Due to an attempt to steal my 98 Chevy Silverado my security system will not let my truck start and keep running it will start and die seconds later there's no vacuum going to the throttle body from the gas pump we just put a seal over to the gas pump is there any way to get that vacuum going to push the gas to the throttle body when the security system is cut out
I have 98 Chev 1500 4x4. I was trying to crank, would spin over but not crank, kinda like fuel pump bad. But spun over few times then no pwr. Like no battery pwr. Gauges didn't react when key turn to on position. Knew had bad starter also. So replaced starter, found body ground cable from hood to firewall broke and corroded. Replaced. But still no pwr. Checked fuse etc. Under hood.no blown fuses. Tried to find schematics for fuse box under hood but no success. Any tips on where I should start tracing wires etc or what I should check next? Any help greatly appreciated
Truck will drive and when stopped at light, engine turns off with some warning lights and loss of power. Will not restart or generate error code to trace. Truck then needs to sit for 60_90 minutes before starting. This is a major safety hazard. Chevy isn’t able to resolve.
After the dealership replaced the sending unit in the truck the gas gage started reading full or empty nothing in between and sometimes it will throw a check engine code. Would the be in the fuel pump or would that be a problem with the computer I’m really looking for a place to start. Is there a place that i could run a meter to see what the problem is before i start tarring into things?
So when I’m around 70 I can fill a small vibration but when I left off the gas it just echoes and vibrates but it does this anytime I let off the gas and start to just let the truck start slowing down.
Left light and turn signal stopped working, but the reverse light and running lights are working- so all the bulbs are fine.
Checked all the fuses- in good condition. Checked the junction box under the bed, but connections seem ok...? What now?
My husband changed the transmission. We got to drive it for an hour or so. Well that night my horn started going crazy. It would honk then go off then again but it sounded like someone was laying on the horn this time. Well I went out there and nobody is near or in the truck. We go to leave the a few hours later and now the truck isn't wanting to start. Please help...
I recently just replaced the head gasket in the intake manifold gasket and went to start it and it cranks over but it won't start and then I have no spark to My plugs checked plug connections checked fuses kind of lost
They do not work, it was my bro -n- laws, he passed away, so idk the cause only that they haven't worked since I got it, I've checked fuses, got new bulbs, checked the wiring, sockets and plugs. There is no dome light on the inside of the truck, I guess he removed it now could it be an incomplete circuit causing it,? Idk need some advise please??