2010 suburban will not start after replacing battery. Ran fine yesterday.

Asked by Dec 17, 2014 at 12:05 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Suburban LT 1500 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Suburban would not start after attempting a jump from other vehicle.  Battery replaced, still no electrical at all.

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Check the connections at the battery and follow the positive cable to the firewall. There is a plastic cover mounted to the firewall with more connectors to check. The bolts or screws get loose and no power to the rest of the vehicle. Also check the negative cable from the battery to ground. The connector at the end of the cable can come loose from the wire. Start with those problem areas first and we can go from there.

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was everything hooked up correctly? seems like a dumb question but i gotta ask. sometimes batteries get hooked up incorrectly. also is there an anti theft system on the car? you may have tripped something to keep the car from working

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No electrical anything working? Or the starter just won't work? Could just be a bad starter

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I have the same problem, bought a new starter and still won't start.

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Did you do everything that was suggested to you in the above posts?

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