Question about Chevrolet Suburban 2500
Check your ground wire. Negative batt. connection on tight? Negative cable GROUND solid without corrosion? (Where its bolted to the body.)
Any secondary negative connections from main neg wire. Clean dry no rust ! If its loose or rusty, remove the conection, clean it up with a stiff wire brush, bolt it back down firmly. If its corroded you may need new fittings from an auto parts store. Spray liberally with WD 40 after fixing.
You did check the battery first right? Its not dead flat?
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 19, 2011
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