Question about 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
I would load test the battry, just because it has teh voltave it may not have the origional amps, common problem overlooked, if it goes down to 7-6 or below just on the volts with a volt meter at the moment your starting it, you then know you have a problem with the battary,
I just had the same thing happen, i overlooked the problem until shopping with the wife, never again will i tale for granted 12 volts or more running or not, means its good.
also they are made to run with a certian amp to the injectors, when starting and if the battery is bad, it goes to the starter, and takes longer for the fuel to get in the cyl to fire up.
hope theis helps
Posted on May 26, 2009
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