Question about 2001 GMC Jimmy
Hi it is either a bad battery or something is draining the battery if u own a amp meter or can get a hold of one dissconnect the positive
[+] of battery and place one side of gauge on the battery lead and the other side on the [+] battery make sure ignition is off and no lights are on close doors and boot.if the gauge reads 0 replace battery
if it dosnt Then what u need to do is pull one fuse out at a time and check reading. It will drop to 0 when u find the right one. When u have found which one is draining power check what the fuse is for and thats your problem
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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