Question about 1994 Chevrolet C1500
Check ground cables on rear of engine over near the firewall, could possibly have a bad ground, causing everything to shut down. Could possibly be a bad computer, Have the truck put on the computer diagnostic system to have it checked, Dealership should have done this... I would return it to the dealership and get with the manager and complain that the problem is not fixed, if you complain enough they should fix the truck for free. If they stated the truck was fixed the first time, Don't let them say it was not the same problem. you brought the truck there for this issue and it has not been fixed, they should guarantee their work.
Posted on Jul 12, 2009
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