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Chevy truck 2002

The tow haul button is not working any ideas

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  • Anonymous Oct 07, 2008

    para encender el motor se tarda mucho tiempo

  • David Hopkins
    David Hopkins May 11, 2010

    that switch activates the "auto overdrive" in an automatic transmission, and it fully electronic. so, it must have a fuse. Have you found it?

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Check all of the fuses and u have 3 compartments 1 is under dash 2 is on side of dash and 3 is under hood

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