Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
Almost the same thing happened to me this weekend. I was driving home from Oklahoma City to San Antonio in my '04 Suburban and just out of nowhere the engine died. I made it to the off ramp and access road and sat there a few minutes and then it started and ran fine for a few hours. Then near Round Rock it did it again. I got off the highway and sat probably 30 minutes trying to start it. It finally did start and ran perfectly the rest of the way. I'm thinking a fuel problem because when it finally did start it "almost" started a few times, then sputtered a little and then started. My "Check Engine" light has been on for several months so maybe something affected to CPU and thus would not allow it to start. Or maybe I had some kind of vpor lock or something. Outside air temp. was 104.
It sounds like a fuel pump getting weak and hot. First check the ground wire at the fuel pump pigtail. and replace the fuel fiter.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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