lightly washed engine on my 2007 chevy suburban and when i went to start i just clicks all lights work but won't start

Asked by Nov 09, 2014 at 06:53 AM about the 2007 Chevrolet Suburban LS 1500

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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32,375

Open the hood and use a hair dryer on anything and everything that's wet, looks wet or could have gotten wet. And DO NOT do that again. :'(

32,375

Oh and disconnect the battery and clean and dry everything there.

12,155

WD-40 also will push out any water and make an electrical connection. You may have caused a crack in the distributor cap if you have one. Next time use plastic bags and rubber bands and the avoidance technique system.

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12,155

Make sure the starter is dry, but it should be able to stand being hosed down, If you only get a click from the starter, it may have shorted out the solenoid. May have, not did. Make sure it has a dry and cledan connection.

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Thanks I'll give it a shot and get back thanks for the help.

Hey thanks WD-40 work like a charm sprayed it all down and let sit got home from work and it cranked right over !! THANKS!!!!

12,155

WD-40 is a charm. If you have time look it up and see all the things it does. Amazing. Third best thing since sliced bread.

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you might keep an eye on your knock sensors if you wash your engine thats what took mine out

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