Question about 1994 GMC Yukon
Looks like it lost battery power. Check around the battery for loose or broken connections at both ends of the battery cables. There's one from the battery minus to the engine that could have broken.
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Posted on Mar 29, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2002 Mazda Fuel Shut off Switch
The fuel cut-off switch was activated by the impact. Had the same situation. I can provide you with mazda service manual in pdf if you wish.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
SOURCE: the car shut off after
Could be the Fuel pump switch that shuts off when an "Accident" happens and need to be reset manualy. where it is on that model IDK but good luck. A friend that had a ford had this happen to him.
Posted on Aug 05, 2008
Absolutely no power? No dome light? No head lights? Nothing?
When you step on the brake pedal, no brake lights?
If true, start at the source and pop the hood.
This is going to be a bit of back and forth dialogue. I'll ask some questions and you get me the answers. That way we can get to the root of the problem. To save time, I'll ask multiple questions at a time. Here goes.
Does it turn over and start?
Does it do anything?
Comment me back with your findings
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
I have checked different parts stores online and every one shows you should have a "steering damper" on your steering linkage. This damper is basically a shock absorber mounted sideways and attached to your linkage.
See if you have one on your linkage( get down in front of the truck & look up at the linkages). You should replace this if it looks old or worn. It's a simple replacement and costs from $35 - $60 average.
If it doesn't do the trick, replacing this damper is part of the "process of elimination" so don't "cry foul".
My guess is this is part of the problem....Good luck !
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
Most likely rellted to the rear wheel cylinder. You need to remove the tire, probably replace the brake shoes if they are wet with fluid, wipe down brake drum with carb or brake cleaner, install new wheel cylinder and put everything else back together. Wheel cylinder is available through most auto parts outlets. Probaby less than $15.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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