Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado
I have two batteries in my truck and one keeps dying and the other one is fully changed, but the truck never pulls off the new battery to start my truck. I heard their is a fuse inbetween the batteries and it might be blown. I looked everywhere to find this fuse... no luck.
Did anyone ever had this problem, and does anyone know where the fuse is for the batteries.
Go too auto zone and have both batteries checked i had this same problem several years ago it turned out that the batter that showing good was bad and draining the good one down
their is no fuse between them!!
if both batteries show good have the alt ckecked its all free !!!if that shows good then you have a short caulsing the problem
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
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