REPLACED COLUMN WITH USED ONE IN CHEVY ....ENGINE CRANKS BUT STALLS??
1999 Chevrolet Tahoe • 105,000 miles
Old column had an aftermarket alarm and killswitch...vehicle was stolen from me and had to replace the column with a used one..i disconnected all the wires to the alarm the went to the column harness from the old one and taped them off...i think that disabled the alarm because i do believe the power was ran through the old column wiring....but i could not track the other end of the killswitch wire ..do you know where these are typically ran aftermarket?? anywho i installed the used column and the car try to start but then stalls out right away...have no clue whether this kill switch wire is the bproblem or is it that i have to reset some codes for the used and differentg column..since its cranking its leading me to believe it has nothing to do with the aftermarket alarm or killswitch..any help plese..appreciate..thanx much
March 17, 2012.
March 17, 2012.
There are no chips in the keys for this year but someone was telling me whenever you replace a column that you have to go through some sequence of codes to reset the computer codes or something????would it start then stall from the kill switch wire being cut at the switch end or would you say its this used column reset deal???
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