Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
Sounds like the ignition control switch has gone bad. all light will come one but if you turn to start and nothing happen but works with remote starter then the first thing to get checked is the ignition control switch.
Posted on Nov 11, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
SOURCE: 2001 Chevy Impala won't start
If the battery has gone dead, it could cause the security system to go into full lock-up mode. If it has locked up the accessories will work after the battery is charged back up , but the power to the starter will be cut off and it wont turn over. You need to do the 30 minute learn procedure. A GM dealer will print it out for you and you can do it yourself. It's very simple if you follow the procedure exact. hope this helps and good luck.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
It's a safety feature. For example, if there is no oil pressure when you start the engine, you could not see that unless you were in the car and could spin a bearing or seize the engine by starting it remotely and letting it run unattended. So when the check engine light is on, there is something not working properly with the engine/engine management system and it wants you in the car where you can see the guages and turn the engine off immediately if there's a serious problem.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
SOURCE: 1992 chevy silverado 1500 ,
If you turn the key and nothing happens, and you bought a new starter and nothing happens (you just wasted $80 or more) check the starter relay by taking a screw driver and touching both the posts at the same time with the screw driver. but first turn your key to the run position (or the click before you would hold it to start) then touch the realy with the screwdriver. to find the relay first follow the positive (red,or "hot") battery cable to a little box type thing probably mounted to the inside of the quarter panel on which side you battery is if still nothing somethings wrong if it starts well you know what it is then go to the parts store and pick one up.
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
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