Question about 1994 GMC Safari
My 1994 Safari Van turns over but would not start. Headlights and radio would not turn on but heater fan worked fine. Set for a couple of days and started fine with everything working. Checked connections at starter and fuse block...OK.
My solution turned out to be a fusible link behind the battery. Cost me $55 for a tow and another $75 to track down the problem. I wonder if yours is a loose connection on the same line as the fusible link. Or maybe yours has a circuit breaker. My question is, why did the fusible link go in the first place, and what caused the relays to click off and on--maybe the computer got confused?
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
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