Question about 1997 Chevrolet Tahoe
Runs great when driving
Turns over but wont start
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
For a larger engine, they could still be missing but you won't notice it once it is turning above the idle speed.
For both of you, I would suggest you check under the hood in the darkest area you can find and with the under-hood light disconnected if you have one, for sparks along the sparkplug and distributor leads.
I had to replace all of them after only four years on my lousy GM vehicle.
For jancsi; check for a drive belt that is close to failing. Your problem sounds like a water pump that isn't being turned as it should. That's why the heater works when you rev the engine, the slippage is less significant once the RPMs are higher.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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