This has happened 2times and the car only has 53,000 miles. Same thing happened again 10,000 miles later. The vehicle was not taken to the dealer. I had also reported earlier that I had used dielectric grease on all the connections, including the plug at the throttle body. . The composite manifold is manufactured with a lost core process to improve runner-to-runner variation and to reduce flow losses. Hello Paul, Glad to hear your truck is running good again! The vehicle was taken to a dealer and was diagnosed that the transmission needed replacement but was not replaced.
Also have a huge crack in the top of the dashboard that's been there for about 5-6 years. Twas a long time ago now almost no fuel injection, carbed engines would stall as you went higher just anyway, less air, less engine power. My car is currently at a very reputable Chevy dealership and they have no clue. Js08016 answered 4 years ago Sounds like the engine is either overheating or you're coolant temperature sensor is bad. It is your only option short of expensive guesses. I dont think it is a coincidence that we all have the same cracks, in the same location on the dash. Check for a mouse nest or debris quite common underneath, also check for any wires that may have been chewed on by mice, look carefully moving the plugs and wires around, you may find bare areas on the wires also a very common problem , clean out the box and repair any wires that are damaged as this could have also been your problem.
Do not immerse the electronic throttle control components in cleaning solvents of any type. The throttle body can be set on the top of a soft, protected workbench area. Every time it did, we would bring it to the local Chevy dealer, but they were never able to find a problem with it. The failure mileage was 49,000. Was told that throttle body needs to be cleaned every 15K miles under service maintenance.
The car backed over both legs and into a ditch. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on. You have to stop, shut the engine off, wait a few seconds then restart and it will run fine until it does it again. Even dealer admitted by saying I've never seen Yukon denali going back. I push on the gas pedal and it goes no where.
This solvent may damage fuel system components. Perform the Throttle Learn Reset Procedure. Now my traction control and stabilizer service warning message pops up. The contact stated that smoke started to emit from the steering wheel, the dash board and the passenger side floor board. This is an extremely dangerous situation. During reprogramming, the battery voltage must be maintained within the proper range of 12-15 volts. Little did we know about the major issue the truck has with the reduced power reading that comes up.
Repeat the procedure several times. Obviously, the dealership has been putting band aids on my problem because they don't know how to fix. Let her know that my car was only 6 yrs old with low mileage and I didn't understand why I was having transmission problems. Next morning May 7 , dealership stated that it was a broken forward sprag but they needed to go deeper to see if there was more extensive damage to transmission. Had to stop in middle of parking lot during christmas rush.
This has happened 2times and the car only has 53,000 miles. Replaced the fusible link with a new one. Thanks a ton for the fantastic information. I had taken it to a mechanic who then said I needed a new transmission. The check engine light came on and I couldn't go above 40 mph. I heard that exposure to the sun may be a cause, however, my two front windows have had 5% tint on them since I bought it.
I think we have a big safty consern here, and gm needs to know, if they dont all ready know. Also have a huge crack in the top of the dashboard that's been there for about 5-6 years. Do try to assure amps can get thru your connections to the chassis and to the engine---that's all the beans I can spill today, tomorrow with a fresh cup of coffee might be able to meditate and solve your dilemma- sidbrooks answered 6 years ago A brownout would not seemingly cause a no power condition even for the lights and bells, chimes. Important: If at any time during this procedure the throttle body is dropped, abort this procedure and replace it with a new throttle body assembly. Pick up a tube of dialectic grease, it will be your new friend, apply it to the grounds and re-connect them. If none found, check for power supply on the + terminal of the coil with the key on. Upon researching this online, I found it's far from uncommon.
It seems that there are major flaws in the design of the engine. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. While driving, a loud knocking noise was heard from the engine compartment. Engine light stayed on, but was able to get to dealership. Some of these functions rely on specific components to work and some components are part of more than one function so it is important to see the whole picture to be able to conclude anything about what may have failed. After you have replaced both ground rings it's time for reassembly.
I cant find it now. I put it in reverse, had no problem going back but was in traffic and close to an intersection so it was unsafe to go back. The vehicle was taken to the dealer. Stored the camper and went on my way because I've lost some trust. When the break pedal was touched the engine lost power-- with no warning lights or check engine light.