Question about 2001 Chevrolet Suburban
CHECK THE "ECU" FUSES AND THE FUEL PUMP FUSES UNDER THE HOOD DRIVER SIDE. DID YOU RAN IT LOW ON FUEL? RUNNING LOW ON FUEL HEATS UP THE AND PUMP BURNS THE FUSE TO THE ECU. "IGNITION ECU" . USE A TESTES OR REMOVE ALL FUSES AND CHECK THEM FOR THAT FUSE CONNECTION THAT GOES FROM PRONG TO PRONG. THAT WILL CAUSE TO MARK YOUR FUEL GAUGE EMPTY AND WONT START THINKING YOU HAVE NO FUEL.
BY THE THE ECU IS THE ENGINES COMPUTER. ENGINE CONTROL UNIT. THAT SHOULD FIX IT. BUT BE VERY SURE THAT YOUR 100% THAT YOU CHECK EVERY FUSE SPECIALLY THE ECU AND FUEL PUMP THE ECU HAS I BELIEVE MORE THAT 2 FUSES. I HAD PEOPLE NOT FINDED THE BAD FUSE AND I GO AND WALLA GOT FIND IT LESS THAN 10 SEC. SEND YOU FEEDBACK PLEASE THANKS AND HOPE THAT HELP U.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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