Question about 1997 GMC Jimmy
If the battery tests good and all the wires are hooked back up them i would think that you missed on or more of the ground wires that bolts to the block or a wire end has come off of one of them.Follow the battery negative cable to the block and remove the bolt that holds the cables to it.Examine all the ends for corrosion or broken wires,repair as necessary.If you find no problem here then you need to do the same thing with the positive wires that bolt to the starter post,these also need the fusible links checked[they will be stretchy when tugged on if they are blown.The ignition not locking the steering problem... i need to know whether it will go into park our not and whether the key will come out of the ignition.
Posted on Feb 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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