Question about 2007 Chevrolet Uplander LS Minivan
Check to make sure that all your ignition wires are getting 12 volts and
if they are not check for any blown fuses. Next remove the bypass
module and the fuses from the RS and reconnect the starter wire to see
if there's something backfeeding from the RS system.
Check to make sure that your not in gear while starting I know this is a no brainer but I thought I'd as anyways to eliminate all possibilities.
Check to make sure that the starter wire at the starter is getting 12 volts as well when cranking. If not leave key in the ON position and hot wire the starter and see if it stays running. If it does, then I'd say the starter relay may have bit the bullet.
"Change Oil Soon" message just is advise for change oil time.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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