Question about Chevrolet C3500
When your vehicles stalls, check to see if you also loose other indicators as well. Check your indicator lamps. If you have lost all power, this may indicate you have loose or corroded connections from your battery. Im sure you checked your battery already. However, a common mistake people only check the voltage. You also need to check to ensure your battery has a proper/solid ground to chassis. Sometimes these come loose and/or corroded. Clean your battery terminals and battery cables really good. They all should be shiny. Tighten them firmly when you reinstall. Try and start again. Sound to easy, but it has solved many issues with the problem your having. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 05, 2010
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