Question about 2002 Chevrolet Avalanche
Tried to boost it but that did not help. The tool light is on. Everything else seems fine. I don't think it's a battery problem
Verify all connections. A defective battery can affect the ability to jump start. It can also take out the assist battery or assisting vehicle alternater.
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First thing to check is turn
your key on and look for a amber light that say check engine. Make sure that
light come on and go out after about 3 to 15 sec with the key in on position. If
you don't have the light on the most likely your car computer do not get power
recheck the fuses and fusible link.
If you have the light on then
listen to the fuel pump running when you turn the car on, it should run for
about 3 sec. and turn off. If you don't hear the sound of the fuel pump then it
would be your fuel pump or relay. obd2 scanner tool
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