Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado
I have the same problem. One day my truck worked great and then the next day it just wont start. I replaced the 12v battery but still no start. I also have a 2005 chevy silverado hybrid.
Posted on Dec 22, 2010
Remove thr large plug on the side of the battery back under the rear seat, with a voltage metter check the voltage, you should have around 42 volts, if not you have a problem with the battery pack, you can replace the batterys in the pack seperate, just remove the steal cover and you will find 3 panisonic Ec-hv1255v 12volt batterys, the controler cuts off the voltage after tyhe batterys drain below the cut off voltage, it was enginered for lipo battery packs!! lipo are 3 volts per cell, 14 cells = 42 volts three lead acid 12v batteries = 36 volts charge each batery up to 12.3 volts put on the cover and it will start working again. or replace the batteries
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