how can i turn my chevy tahoe back on after the sensor shut it off?

Asked by Jan 10, 2015 at 02:26 AM about the 2013 Chevrolet Tahoe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

8 Answers


Currently the engine won't start? Some "sensor" shut it off ? You have a trouble code ? How did you arrive at this ? What were and what are the symptoms and conditions ?

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take the negative cable off your battery for 10 mins replace the sensor then put the cable back on wait a few then start your car


what sensor


why did the sensor "shut off the car"?

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what were the results of the pinpoint tests for "the sensor" ? For the wasted guess money, you could hire a competent tech to run the test.


might be the map sensor


Might also be there have been no tests run at all ? Might be the fuel pump quit ? we need an answer submitted by jaque


A code reader can be obtained at a parts store. it can be returned afterwards at many of the existing parts stores. Without knowledge of the vehicles mileage, current condition, trouble code or symptoms trying to start it? All you can really responsibly recommend, is that they use their emissions and powertrain warranties to find the solution. Tampering with the vehicles systems can lead to loss of attention or coverage by their dealer.

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