Question about 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 2500
You need to replace the " regulator". this includes the motor, cables and pulleys ect. $80-100. Open door, remove door panel, cut the clear plastic around the door handle, loosen the 2 clamps on the top vertical travel rails that clamp to the window, (this is all part of the regulator) . somehow you need hold the window up, (I use a towel, 2 pieces of wood and a big clamp) now the window glass can be released from the clamps on the regulator. unbolt the regulator mechanism and replace. should take an hour or less the first time. about 10-15 minute thereafter. bc
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
u will need 2 special tool to remove and reinstall the powersteering pully
it must be removed to acess the bolts to replace the pump and a new pump dose not come with pully
Posted on Nov 26, 2009
not too bad... remove the front wheels ad go thru the wheel wells, I usually use a cherry picker to support the engine..
Posted on Nov 29, 2009
If the passkey system were not working the engine should not crank and the fuel injectors would be dead. The security light would also stay on.
The fuel pump relay gets battery voltage and also voltage from the key switch. The computer grounds the relay to power the pump.
The crank sensor does not come into play until the engine is cranking and it supplies a signal for the ignition and injector pulse.
Are you not getting power from the key switch to the relay, or from the battery side to the relay ?
Posted on Oct 01, 2012
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