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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
What is the voltage you are reading? Is it below 13.2 or so? Also have you checked the current with the engine off to see if something else is working that should not be on. I ran across this twice while working on a truck and car. A relay that was wore out keep trying to close and would drain the battery every couple of months. Sometimes you can hear them clicking or buzzing. Touching them sometimes they are warm or real hot. But that is not a sure sign it is bad. In my Trailblaze they get hot but are ok. Another thougth is the belt on your alt, correctly set to spin it at the right voltage. I have ran across this many times lately with serpatine belts.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
You should make sure you have proper charge for sure.has your battery gone dead lately? I know on some of them digital climate controls will act exactly like this and have to be reset or go through a setup sequence.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
You can unplug it right at the pump...the only problem is that the rear end is going ride low and you will notice a steering power, and some bottoming out in the rear. The best thing to do is see if that shocks themself might be leaking and replace them if they are since eventually this will damage the pump. Sometimes it will just blow the fuse, which brings me to my next point...you could just pull the fuse in the fuse box to shut it off.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
First lets start with any sounds the car is making. Is the car turning over or is it doing anything? Once we have that information we then can make a much better diagnosis. If not you will be playing a very expensive game of elimination.
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
If you have NOT replaced the CRANK sensor....REPLACE IT NOW.
It is known to fail often and cause stalling often.
It is so bad it should be replaced at every tune up.
Other common causes of stalling as you describe are.....failing fuel pump or connections to same.
A/C cycling lowering voltage and causing stalling?........not likely.
If you want to test that.....just disconnect the A/C pressure switch to prevent the A/C from coming on at all for a few days and see if that is causing a problem......before spending more $.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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