Question about Chevrolet Suburban
Check the amp draw when cranking. The starter motor may be at fault.
Posted on Jan 23, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this is an easy one, the blower motor is drawing to much current, this happens as they wear out, replace the blower motor aNd all will be well in chevy land.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
Just a thought , if the gear stick is not in park the key cannot be removed from the ignition I found out when I left the car in nuetral .
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
A fuse that is consistently blowing is telling you that there is a short in that system. Don't attempt to bridge it or use a larger amp fuse or you will have a major problem. You will need to start tracing wiring to destinations to find the short. If while moving harnesses around problem ceases to exist, look at nearby items where you are working and try to locate what was grounding. Sometimes people will stop if short disappears, leaving open the possibility of it happening again.
If you are not comfortable working with wiring, then leave it to professionals who do this every day. It's not really difficult but requires patience and a good bit of knowledge to do this right!
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
Due to the problems you have described, especially the discoloration on the switch terminals, I would look at the voltage regulator. It should be mounted against the firewall under the passenger side wiper area. Take the truck to an autoparts store and have them check the charging system output. Most parts stores will check the charging system output for free. See if the output is high or fluctuating. If it is high it would indicate a problem with the voltage regulator or alternator. I am curious as to what is obviously getting the switch hot enough to eventually do it in. The root of the problem as it were! lol Hope this helped and best wishes.
Posted on Aug 06, 2009
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