Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Look under the hood all around the power steering pump for an electrical connector that is unplugged. No way changing a power steering pump should interfere with starting. Also, your truck is an electronic fuel injected model and the gas pedal should never be pushed while trying to start--the computer is in the process of checking and adjusting several things while you are starting the engine. Something in the wiring harness has been changed. Some models also have sensors in the power steering pump circuit, and when the pump is changed, the computer must be reset, or you can experience problems similar to this.
Posted on Feb 14, 2010
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