Question about 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe
Hi, according to the car owner's manual, the check gauges light usually means that one of the gauges is out of its normal range. It could be due to an overheat, a under/over charging alternator, low oil pressure....
Because one or more of the gauges is not in the safe zone......
ie: over/under charging, overheating, low oil pressure.....
And since your car is cranking but not turning over, i would advise you start checking from the alternator which may be under/over charging as i said earlier
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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