Question about 2003 Chevrolet Tahoe
Have to make sure the starter is getting power. make sure the engine will turn over by putting a socket and ratchet on the crank bolt and turn it to the right. the two wires to the starter is battery the big one and the little one is for the ignition. ground test light check big wire, then have a friend key it up to check the little wire.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
Hi guys hope I can help! My tahoe suddenly would not start. Nothing no clicking no spinning none of that but i had power everywhere else. Just to be sure I checked the battery with a volt meter. 12.61 so it was good. Then i by passed the cable from the battery to the starter with the volt meter from the positive battery terminal to positive on the starter... Nothing, wire was all corroded and shotty so i stuck volt meter into the wire itself right at where the wire almost meets the starter where is was bare??? It read 12.39. Corroded wire was the cause. Replaced and haven't had an issue since! Its down low and if your going through and **** and any wire is exposed your bound to have this happen! Hope this helps! CHEERS!!!
Posted on Jun 25, 2012
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