2005 Chevrolet Tahoe .....not getting any power at all

Asked by Jun 24, 2013 at 04:09 PM

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the battery needs to be fewer than five years old the date of the first charge will be noted on "push off" labels of the battery...buy a new one, the other end of the black cable (non-clamping side of your 1/0 battery cable) will need to be cleaned...the chassis/frame will need some electrical contact area...use a wirebrush and re-assemble it. The positive Cable goes to the starter solenoid, be sure this one is clean and making electrical contact too~...to re-iterate: New battery, Clean Ground Cable, Clean Red Cable and associated connectors~

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