Question about Chevrolet 1500
Fried ignition switch will do that. It's in the steering column and controls all power to everything but if it cranks then it's at least mostly working. Check battery and if drained then possibly the alternator went out. The ECM can be shorted out by a bad sensor but usually act up for awhile before dying. Dead ECM you can still crank motor. Crankshaft sensor would kill engine if bad and no start but car would still crank.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
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