Question about 2006 Chevrolet Equinox
Mine does, hopefully 'did' the same thing. I took mine to the Chevy dealership today with the same problem and they told me it was the throttle body. It was gummed-up. My vehicle has '06 Equinox has 63'000 on it and besides this starting problem i have also replaced the front and rear shock around 40k, the heater door/valve at 31k and I'm on my third set of rotors and I don't even drive it hard. This starter problem is more and more common that I am seeing, so take off the air intake hose to get to the throttle body and see if it is gummed-up or dirty. if so clean it with Carburator cleaner or other approved cleaner.
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
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