Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
Occasionally the motor of this vehicle will simply "turn off," just as if the ignition switch had been turned to the "off" position. However, all other electrical accessories continue to work: radio, heater fan, windows, etc. Vehicle has about 135k miles, and I think it may be that some of the contacts in the ignition switch are simply worn out. Sometimes it takes awhile to restart. The engine cranks fine, but either it will start right away or it won't.
Its the crank sensor. There was a recall a few years back for 2001 8.1 liter engines crank sensor. Engine would shut off perodically and sometimes would not restart untill cool. Plus it just happened to mine. about a 350 dollar dealer fix.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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