Question about Chevrolet Suburban
I have seen a problem like this before & the problem was at the bulkhead connector.
This is a great big plug. Most are under the master cylinder area down behind the wheel well. It's mounted on the wall right above where the brake peddle is. This plug carries in the area of 30 or more wires. It connects the inside compartment wiring to the under hood wiring.It may have been damaged or even loosened at some point to find a circuit, and then not replaced &/or sealed properly. The harness itself near the bulkhead connector may have been damaged and corrosion has worked itself into the wiring & when it gets damp enough more circuits are effected.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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