Question about 2000 Chevrolet Silverado
Ive had this one before on my avalanche, What it ended up being was a loose / dirty battery terminal. The side post batterys are know for this, you can convert it over to a top post. It will fit tight, but it will fit. Benifits, from this is more starting power and etc. If its not your battery terminals, check the chassis ground coming off the motor to the frame. If its not that, check the positive connection on the starter, then if your starter is "hot" I suspect the starter has failed. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 07, 2010
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