Question about 1999 GMC Suburban
Our truck wouldn't start after a short drive. We had turned it off, was gone for about 10 minustes and when we came back it wouldn't start. Wouldn't even turn over. We were able to get it started after jumping it and it seemed to run fine. The next day we started it to see if it would start, then turned it off after it did. About an hour later we went to start it and it wouldn't start. This time we had lights and door sounds in the interior of the truck and it wouldn't start after trying to jump it. (no surprise because it didn't seem like the battery was dead.) Now a day later and it still won't start. Any ideas?
I have come across this problem before & all it was 10amp fuse with a bad Connection under the bonnet so if you check all the connections you will probley find the one playing up. or you pintail vavle could be stuck
hope this helps
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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