2004 Envoy on the fritz after

Asked by Nov 12, 2014 at 04:20 PM about the 2004 GMC Envoy 4 Dr SLT SUV

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Last week my 2004 envoy would not start, only making a clicking noise when I turned the key. I then jumped with another car and the envoy started right up. After driving for a day or 2 I noticed that my envoy was a little delayed in starting. I then brought it in to auto zone to have the battery tested. It was suggested that I buy another battery and I did. After the battery replacement my ac vents do not blow out of the front vents but the floor and window work fine. Also the warning lights all flash on the dash at the same time while driving. Finally this morning when I attempted to start my envoy it was totally dead and the key was stuck in the ignition. I jumped it and it started after a while. The guy from auto zone was trying to google the issue. I never had any issues with my envoy into the battery replacement. What is going on?????

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Wow, ive never heard of that either, but I would start by checking the ground on the engine block for the battery, and also have your alternator tested. Also, would love to hear what actually fixes this problem.

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