Question about 2006 Chevrolet Colorado
A couple of times a week the starter will crank, but the engine will not start until repeated trys (up to 30 trys) this has happened on the first start of a morning and today after driving several miles and attempting to restart
It seems to be a PCM failure. (Power control module). I would suggest that you take it to a good mechanic. it is fairly easy to remove and reinstall. But if it is a different PCM you will have to do a re-learn on the PCM. that is not that easy. but if you find somebody to do it, it is worth it. Be sure and tell them you know that it is the PCM. I really hope this works for you. it is worth the try. Better than having all those problems.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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