ok, it sounds like you're going to have to do some testing with a voltage tester. of course when everything is working there will be no need to test anything but next time it doesn't start you're going to need to check to see if you have voltage at the battery cables and then check further down the
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that's kind of strange. if the car ran with the fuel tank down and then you bolt it up but you still get 47 psi from the pump, there's nothing else a fuel pump does. If you are getting power to the pump and the pump pressurizes the fuel rail to 47 psi that's it. it's working. you could release
you have a red wire that comes from fuse #55 (30A) the goes to the rear blower relay. The battery power goes through the relay to the blower motor via the blue and yellow wire. So it would be hot. the other wire from the fan is the blue wire that goes to the blower relay. So if you ground the ci
Chevy Venture Van
if you have access to a bi-directional scanner and do a vent solenoid test, see if the solenoid is opening and closing. Have you checked your fuses to see if you have a blown fuse that supplies power to the vent solenoid circuit?
Appears this Envoy does not have a MAF sensor, No code reflected Other than 0300 Multimmisfires
you need to check your charging system, starter draw and battery condition. Check to see if you have a battery draw. Check the amperage the alternator is putting out when it charges the battery right after you start the engine up. You could have something drawing the battery down and over working t
I would look at your turn signal switch. you brake, hazard and turn all work off that switch.
if you have a tool to look at codes does it look at the data stream too? look at your fuel trims to see if the engine is getting enough fuel. If the computer is adding fuel to make up for a problem, check your fuel pressure or try cleaning the injectors.