Question about 2000 GMC Jimmy
This could go in several directions. When you replaced the starters, did that fix it for a little while? If it did seem to fix it, then I have to ask did you put in remanufactured starters or new one? I used to work at Autozone. From my experience I wouldn't put anything remanufactured in my car unless I was going to sell it anyway. I always pay extra and get new because it's much better quality control and they last longer. Moving on, if starter didn't make any differance, then we need to figure out what the problem is. Go back to basics. Does it have good spark, fuel pressure? What is it doing? Does it click, do nothing or turns over good, but won't fire? Does it try to start? Need more detail. Good luck.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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