Question about 2004 Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD
I recently Replaced the Engine on a 97 Chevy PU I was getting it to turn over but not crank, I checked the grounds and I was getting current to them. Upon disconnecting a ground from the block I got the other wires to ground. but I am still getting current to that one ground. Please Help could this be causing it to not crank In addition I have already replaced the module, and several other ignition part am, breaking my head about this one. I have also checked another Truck Same Make and model and this wire seems to belong grounded to the block. Please Help
Check to see if you are getting fuel and fire if you are getting fuel ,plug a spark plug put wire on it lay close to metal on engine check for spark, dont get near gas, cause a fire, if you are getting fuel and fire should crank,hope to help you,robert b.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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