Question about GMC Cars & Trucks
Sounds like an electrical problem first you will need a test light if you do not have one any parts store will carry these you can purchase once you have it go under youre hood find where the wire from the battery leads to the a soleanoid its round should be on or near either the right or the left wheel well it has two metal posts on it take one wire from the test light and attach it to one of them then take the ground wire on the test light and clip it to a piece of metal make sure it has no grease or dirt on the metal or it wont work then take the ponted end of the test light and touch one of the metal posts if it lights up you have current or power there if so then go in the cab where you insert youre ignition key behind it youll see another set of wires there with metal posts repeat the same process and again if it lights up you have current or power there if so check for lose or broken wires if they check out then you have a bad soleanoid
Posted on Dec 07, 2014
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