Question about 2004 Chevrolet Tahoe
Tahoe will not crank, has a new battery, last couple of days at startup, sounds like that doesn't want to crank about to die. Have had several problems with tach , hvac front and rear not cooling,seat heaters not working which were replaced a few years back, does it sound like a computer memory problem? Because I can stop car and shut it off after a few seconds turn back on and AC cools. Like it is a preset on my remote driver one or two. Any clues?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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There are seperate blowers for the front and rear air. It is most likely either your blower motor or the resistor, both located under the passenger side dash. I got a blower from a salvage yard for $25, But ended up having to get the resister from the dealership for about $130. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
I think you have a short in the seat motor. Doublecheck circuit breaker for electric seats. It has a reset button on it. Perhaps it has tripped. If yes, need to find short in seat.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
Okay, there is always the possibility he disconnected something. This is not his Tahoe until the Title changes hands, but if you owe money to a 3rd party on this, then the pay off would go to the 3rd party with you holding the bag for any difference. If there is a 3rd party, the Insurance company may be holding the Tahoe for the 3rd party by Immobilizing it as the Insurance company plans to cancel the insurance and pay you money.
There can also be a significant difference in value if this vehicle runs or not. If it was driveable, you could have taken the vehicle somewhere for more estimates. You could also add money to the Insurance claim and pay to get it repaired at your additional cost. Then reinsure it.
At the very least, a Salvage title could be issued for the repaired vehicle after it is fixed up. These laws vary from state to state meaning some states will allow 75% of the value of a vehicle to come from a repair and other states limit to say 50%. That is why there is state to state movement of wrecks to secure a transferable Title. When you get the totaled check, you lose the Title to the Insurance company and must buy the vehicle back from them.
The buzzing sound from the fuelpump is normal to a degree. You should hear something but not excessively. Fuel pressure can be checked at the Tap on the top of the fuelrail.
You can go to Autozone.com and register your Tahoe, then get free chassis Diagrams and pictures of your Fusebox. This may help you find any switches or fuses. Fords have Inertia switches but I beleive GM uses something different.
You can also go to Autotrader or Trucktrader and expand the search for a replacement vehicle. Go to the Kelley bluebook site,(KBB.com) and it will give you values and sometimes tie into vehicles that are for sale. Once you find a vehicle you like, you can see if the insurance company can bargain down the price and secure this replacement for you.
I hope my solution is helpful to you.
Posted on Jan 31, 2012
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