You don't have locking hubs
There is a service paper on the problem with the throttle body. If you go to them with the problems listed in this thread, they will repair the...
It is part of the throttle body
GM will do it for free and give you a 10 year warranty.
Well, the limo looks like a Caddy, but it's a Chev 4500 truck
First step is a volt meter, start at light and move forward, checking all plugs, connections and the wire.
If you have correct spark and proper fuel pressure (and air) it will start.
The timing must be right
The fuel must have correct pressure and the...
Hmmmmmmm, an other guessing game.
Gen 2 Suburban...............1941 to 1946............nope, can't help ya.
Gen 2 Chev van................1967 to...
Look, you have a cross fed hot wire, or poor grounds.
I'm sure the problem can be fixed; but you need to do some testing if you want help.
And the vehicle info?????????????
If you want help, help us!!!!!!!
Because if you have IFS, you don't have locking hubs
But that's real cold........hell, it's above the tree line.
We get cold temps and winter can be a bit of a drag; but, I wear a fall jacket most of...
Haul easy is not the only factor, you need to be able to control the weight.
And, that may be the reason the ATF was burnt.
Maybe not Ted, thinking about how it might work, I know there is a resistance factor (I think around 100K); but to detect knock (a vibration) there...
Hmmmm, learn something every day.
I've been watching this thread waiting for more info to develop. Most unusual (hmmm anyone ever notice how many U are in that word).
Here is where I...
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