This is the way it goes most times with this issue.
trailer has not been used over the winter. rats etc chew up the wiring. then the owner
your problem can be a tough one to fix. some it is just a bad fuel cap. a simple fix. with what you replaced [threw parts at it , no leak testing] this
Im having the same problem with my wifes 94 suburban 5.7 Every now and then when u turn the key it just clicks after about five or so tries it fires right
[MENTION=26043]dsfloyd[/MENTION] is another active member with a nice truck.
Let's see. This is a '99 truck that he's been pulling a trailer with in the past, so voltage has been there before. So, since the wiring has been checked,
SurrealOne, thank you for the advice. Researched on the forums and internet prior to posting.
I didn't point out RAS because [MENTION=51708]Jaele[/MENTION] seemed rather intent on air bags and I know better than to try to change someone's mind
Here's a long thread on the topic:
checked the oil this morning. its down in the middle of the cross hatched area of the dipstick.....
CR im thinking.
Good call. Checking in before I head to the family lake house. I'm on the lake, myself, but it's a lot longer travel by water (as it's not a straight
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