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2002 Chevrolet Suburban won't start

My 02 Suburban was working perfect yesterday, but this morning when i went outside to warm it up it wouldn't start. The engine would rotate but won"t start. I tried to jump start it but the same thing happens...rotate but no start. It has fuel in the tank and all lights come on normal but still no start. Please help me!!!

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  • fix4meplease Dec 15, 2008

    same with my 02 suburban. It cranks over but doesn't start. It initially sounds like it wants to start a little but just cranks over and over. now battery is dead. I already added gas from a can. no good, same issue.

    Any ideas???

  • enginerd3 Dec 15, 2008

    I get the same problem. I can usually add a good couple of gallons of gas and it will fire right up. I think it is either a bad sender (ie really out of gas) or a bad/cloged fuel pickup. Havent had the time to look into it. Just keep it above the 1/4 mark and it is fine.

  • 02Sub Mar 10, 2009

    I had the same problem just this morning which made me late for work. It has 1/2 tank of gas, and has worked perfectly since I bought it a couple weeks ago. First problem I've had with it and not sure what to do. Please help!

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Go to the back of the truck near the gas tank and listen for the pump to run while some one turns the key to the on position not Start but on. If you do not hear the pump it is probubly bad.

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