Question about 2001 Chevrolet Tahoe
When i have my tahoe in park. If i accelerate the volts drop and sometimes the truck turns off. When im driving and I make a u turn i accelerate ,then let go of the pedal as i turn, and the truck turns off.
Your vehicle is supposed to charge at a rate of 14.4 volts. your volts should never be below 13 while running otherwise alternator is probably bad. If the fuel filter has never been changed it too can cause vehicle struggle to accelerate go dead easily because it is struggling to get gas. I had a 99 tahoe that wouldnt shift out of first when fully accelerating until I let off gas. thought at first trans problems but an eight dollar filter fixed it. just remember that your volts should never go below 12 volts when off, especially when running because it takes 12 v to keep engine computer and all electrical on.
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
The power steering pressurer switch would be a good replcement,but as for the different RPMS at certain times,it may be you have a bad TROTTLE POSITION SENSOR.Your automatic trans.works partly off of that also.You can call ED BOZARTH service dept. and ask for Larry,he will do the best he can over the phone.THE # IS 785-266-5151. GOOD LUCK! CJQUALL
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