Question about GMC G1500
It would be much easier to turn the engine by using a socket and a breakover on the crankshaft pulley bolt. I understand why you thought you needed to turn the engine. If you remove the spark plugs it will turn real easy because you don't have to fight the compression. Are you sure the battery didn't die on you? What year is your truck, and which engine do you have? Was there a trouble code that let you know the ecm was bad?
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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