Question about 2004 Chevrolet Impala
I had the same problem, engine wont crank, abs, brake, and check engine light came on, spent 2 mounths trying to figure out what the problem was, turned out to be a red wire coming out of the bottom of the fuse block wasn't getting any power, put an inline 30 amp fuse ,and hooded it to the positive side of the fuse block, and it works great now , the fuse block had a bad lead after the fuse, so it looked like the fuse was good but wasn't getting any power to the wire , I hoped this helps somebody, email@example.com
Posted on Jul 28, 2013
Sounds more like your battery. check and clean the cables and post( the
part that your cables are hooked to.). you can buy a battery post and
terminal cleaner at any automotive store for a couple of bucks. You can
clean them without this device, just use a pocket knife to scrape the
post and inside the terminal that goes on the post. Make sure that you
put the terminals back on the post tight.Jump your car off and let it
charge for a little while.
You can check your fuel pressure. Check the timing, maybe even your crankshaft and or camshaft sensor. Maybe weak fuel pump
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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