Question about 1999 Chevrolet Tracker
No power to injectors,Ignition coils and when you turn the key on the warning lights do not come on IG fuse is good
Hate when that happens could be any number of things check fuses /relays alternator may have quit on you and they won't last long on battery only
Posted on Apr 26, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your security light flashing ?if so you have a problem with the anti theft system.Leave the key on for 10 minutes ,then try this should reset the anti theft system
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
It could be your neutral safety switch. It could be the starter relay which is located in the fuse panel box. It could be the smaller wire going to the starter could be loose or corroded.
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
you can try bypassing it like this turn the key on then take a screwdriver and touch the 2 bolts on the starter try that or try changing the fender mounted starter selonoid
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
Check the cable connections at the battery and the starter for corrosion.
You may want to use a volt meter ( DC Volts ) for a more accurate reading.
Put the black lead on the battery NEG.,next ( with the meter on ) touch the POS. post/bolt with the red lead and see if you have atleast 11.0 volts, if so, try to bare a bit of the rubber insulation at the battery end and recheck with the red lead. Sometimes the solder weakens which causes a loss of voltage/current.
If reading is still close to or above 11.0 volts, next touch the red lead to the large post on the starter and see what the reading is,if this is still above the 11.0 volts,,,, check the fusable links located near the starter, you must have the same reading on both sides of the fuse ( round black plastic ).
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
The clamp bolt in the center of the steering column put a small cut in the #5 ignition wire and sent the code to the computer for multiple ignition failures(I forget exactly the terminology that they used and what code; I think it was 0300). The arching must have told the computer to richen up the mixture because you could smell raw fuel. I replaced the wires and ran a can of Seafoam through one of the vacuum lines(brake booster) and all seems well. If I had listened to everything I read at other websites I would have been replacing the Cats and the Ignition Coils-very expensive items. Instead it cost me $50 for a set of wires.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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