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Yes, still need help. Btw I think its a 4.3L. With got in car, had lights, dome and dash. She turned the key and all went dark. no horn, no lights, no start. I noticed a small repeating, clicking sound around interior fuse box.
Lets start with diagram one top left.
See if the 175 amp battery fuse is good and check the fuse IGN A 40 amp. We should be getting 12++ battery voltage. A good battery has 12.6 volts. If we have less then the battery is bad or weak or there are poor connections at the battery or chassis or fuse box.
Ok, cool. Will check tomorrow. Very late now. What time are you on tomorrow?
Hey Moose, the 40A fuse in the box is good. Now, the 175A and fusable link I haven't got to. It appears to be packed down under the battery on red wire. Any advice in getting to them easier than it appears?
Was there battery voltage to the 40 amp hole, if so there is no need to check the main fuse.
Yes there was power and after pulling the 40A, cleaning and replacing....eureka! It appears that I have a bad battery (not very old btw) or an alternator issue. I jumped the Bravada and she runs but wouldn't take a charge after running around 45 minutes. Will get that checked tomorrow. Can't get away without money :( Hope it's just the battery.
Thanks for your help Moose
Good rating for you man
There was a 5$ tip submitted for you. Wanna make sure you get it.
Great job Moose. It all wound up costing me a mere $85 bucks for a new battery. I don't mind getting a new one for winter anyway. I was prepairing myself for an outrageous computer board. Thanks again andlet me know if there is something more I need to do here.