I changey ingation switch on my taho 2000 z71 now I ant getting no kind of mother sound what can I do to fix this

Asked by Apr 21, 2015 at 08:06 PM about the 2000 Chevrolet Tahoe Base 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Key turns but no kind of sound waiting to
start

6 Answers

38,425

If your radio and dash lights are all working, your starter may be bad. First make sure that it's not a bad battery. Put a volt meter on it and see what your are getting for volts with the engine off. Make sure all connections are tight and clean and grounds are also clean. If still getting a no start, have someone hold the key to the ON position. As they do that, rap the starter with a hammer. If it suddenly turns over, your starter is bad. Post back with findings. If it still won't start, will give you some more suggestions to test.

Well its still not working I'm a single woman mother and grand ma I'm trying to fix this by my self I have no kind of man help

38,425

If you turn the key on, does the radio and head lights work?

No

But when I contact the two red wires toghter the lights come on now I'm trying to see what other wires I need to connect for it to start

38,425

Are you still putting in the ignition switch? If not, what wires are you putting together?

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