Question about 1995 GMC Suburban
I had the same problem. Non funtioning Tach and Speedometer, no power, unable to shift gears, gear indicator light out... I spent the past two hours tracing most wires and checking connectors, looking for faults, testing switches and actuators, I finally noticed that the problem was tied closely with the ignition switch. There is a fault in the switch between position 1 and 2, "Off" and "Run". A search on the web brought up information on the following site that VERIFIES this problem:
I will contact the GMC dealer tomorrow and ask THEM to describe the bad switch problem and also see about purchasing parts. WHen I call this morning to describe the problem, they claimed to know nothing of the problem, BUT, were more than happy to offer diagnostic services for $120. This truck is slightly more complicated than a lawn mower, I can check it myself.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
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