Problem starting.

Asked by Jul 29, 2016 at 02:43 AM about the 2007 Chevrolet Uplander LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Had a transmission put into it 2 mths ago. Then they told me I needed a new under hood fuse panel, they installed it, and a new starter, they also changed the ignition switch. Tired of wasting good money on a jackwad mechanic shop. It will turn over, and I have a half of a tank of gas, but, it wont start. It tried to this morning then nothing. Do you think it may be the crank position sensor?? I put my cheapy OBD ll reader on it, and it showed me that it all came back to emissions. and both O2 sensors were changed during the tranny replacement.  Need help due to it our only vehicle and I am handicapped.

3 Answers


Does the fuel pump prime when you turn the key? Was the the fuel pressure ever checked?

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yup the pump dont run. i heard that if u change the ign. switch a dealerships service dept. has to reprogram the computer. otherwise fuel pump and starter wont work.


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