If that doesn't work, I'll hook up the fuel pressure gauge to see what kind of pressure I'm getting. Wiggling the shift lever will often make a bad neutral safety switch act up. Carrying the standard six-speed automatic transmission, the 6. Had my wife not tried to start the thing with her key, I could still be chasing that problem around. I bought one last night so I might as well go ahead and do it.
Taken it to the mechanic and it does not show up on diagnostic computer. I read the owners manual and figured out what the hell was wrong when my wife told me the damn thing ran just fine for her. The CarGurus View For those who have to get a lot of people from place to place, the 2011 Chevy Express has what it takes. I pulled the plug off the back of the starter solenoid and verified power was getting to the solenoid. The van starts fine with both keys, but that indicator stays lit with both keys now. You can also get a bypass switch to insert into the relay socket to see if the starter is good.
I thought it quite odd that it did turn over - it didn't make sense to me, but went with it as it did turn over! The problem was intermittent so that made it difficult to diagnose. He plugged in the vans battery and for literally a second like there was some residual energy it tried to turn over. When cranking it acts like it wants to start would seem to eliminate a no spark issue. He came out and plugged the starter relay back in and it stayed running. The problem we're going to have is I had a major house fire almost a year ago, the last day of February last year , and as a result, I have to drive ten miles into town to sit in the library.
This elder statesman of the Chevy fold is in its sixteenth year, and its massive people-hauling capabilities, choice of V8 engines, decent handling characteristics, and overbearing size make it a fitting choice for those who need a full-size van with some giddy-up. All I have at this point are the symptoms. It occurs when i turn the ignition put it doesn't try to turn over but i have power everywhere including the fuel pump. If anything at all would happen anyway. That's how I know you unplugged the wrong relay.
I have four little welfare recipients too. A poor connector connection, the relay contacts are poor, a frayed wire. My Welcome page usually comes up first in Google searches. Bill On old British cars sometimes you would get a click when turning the switch and nothing else. Once I said he connected the new battery, it was connected the whole time after. If you approach this in any other way, you are merely guessing and that only serves to replace unnecessary parts and wastes money.
All the V8s are strong performers, according to reviewers, with both transmissions described as smooth and accurate. We would like to share some information with you about Chevy Express van locks and keys. Gauges are noted as straightforward and easy to read, while controls are, for the most part, logically placed and well marked. Prob needs a new battery soon - but thats a diff issue! Jim Then it has to be resistance in the circuit feeding that small term. How do I do this? Also, don't forget to check battery and ground cables. That causes the relay to turn on which switches on the medium power to the starter solenoid. Comfy seats, V8 power, standard OnStar navigation and communications, and at least a modicum of ride and handling capability all come in for owner plaudits as well.
The place to start is by unplugging the starter relay. No apparent relationship to temperature or humidity either. Helps in an area where problems are far too detailed and specific to search the web for an answer. Is there anyway to do this? If not, you need to do the key learn procedure. While reviewers agree that handling in this hefty people-hauler will never be confused with that of a minivan, the consensus is that the full-size Express handles surprisingly well for its size and weight, though maneuvering in tight spaces and city traffic is obviously not a strong point. Hello again You know I have yet to ask you your name. Key on powers up the relays switched source fuse.
If not, you need to do the key learn procedure. As for my web site, we are asked to not send people to other sites, but if you want to find it yourself, do a search for Randy's Repair Shop. Here is how: You will need to get a transponder chip key. The circuit is giving an effort to start, hence the clicking. We turned the van off and turned the key again and it started again. If it no longer cranks on its own, the problem is before the relay, however, it won't crank with the ignition switch either. The main point is that there is no quick answer.