Question about 2003 GMC Savana
Posted by Anonymous on
Do you know how to do automotive electrical circuit testing ? How to read an use a wiring diagram to find points to test in a electrical circuit ? Testing an not guessing or just replacing parts ! If you don't you probably need to take it to a quailifed repair shop .
Starter Voltage Drop
How to voltage drop test starter motor circuit
free wiring diagrams
http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html enter vehicle info. under system click on engine then under subsystem click on starting ! Click the search button an the click on the blue link .If you take note the ignition switch at the top right . Follow the wire for start position , it is a input to the PCM - engine computer ! The PCM will energize the the starter relay in the under hood fuse/ relay box . The starter on your vehicle is computer controlled . Your best bet ,take it to a qualified repair shop .
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
Hope you can read diagram. Make sure battery has a full charge.Not only check the fuse, check the fuse circuit for voltage, use a test lite. Also, check the fusible link. You could use a remote start button, they sell them at auto store, Hook up the leads correctly at starter solenoid. Hopefully the leads are long enough to get you out from under the vehicle, the leads on mine aren't that long. Then you hit the button to see if starter will crank the engine. If you try something like that, make sure tranny is in park or neutral and parking brake is set.
The engine isn't froze?
I can only help with testing.
Posted on Apr 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
My guess is that you have the wires on your starter improperly connected, and they shorted out, and caused the starter to crank the engine. You have to be very careful when removing the wires. Make sure they are pointing exactly the same way as they were origionally when you re-install them. It is very possible , now, that you may have burnt the fusable link in your battery cable, and you'll have to replace it.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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