Tahoe won't start

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Asked by Oct 21, 2017 at 04:20 PM about the 2002 Chevrolet Tahoe LS RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2002 Chevy Tahoe won't start .battery is good. Changed
starter and ignition switch and still nothing. There's no
power at the crank fuse so what now.

9 Answers

12,470

With key on? Constant power? Look under box for green crusties or a broken wire on that fuse

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We can crank it from the ignition switch but when he plugged the ignition switch back in the key will not crank it. All lights work inside and out, dinging noise when key is in ignition and everything just won't crank.

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Did you ever find out the problem? My Vehicle doing the same thing.

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Anyone got answers for this problem?? Mine is also doing the same thing.

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12,470

Do a voltage drop test on battery cables. Test the ignition switch.

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12,470

Wire integrity from ignition switch to fuse box?

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12,470

Check all your grounds, body, engine.

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Crankshaft position sensor. I'm going threw the same thing. Right after I replaced that it started doing it again. This time I believe it's the starter. I turned it over many times before I replaced the CPK. Good luck

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I have the same question won't start must jump will run after once turned off won't turn on again must jump

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