My 1998 chevy silverado won't start and idle sometimes. It originally only acted up when it was raining outside, which led my to a ground problem. I cleaned all the grounds I could find ( even the main computer ground on the thermostat housing. I talked to some GM mechanics and they said the distributer was bad. I changed the entire dist. Assembly, but it still acted up. I then had the EGR valve changed and thought I had this problem licked, but it did the same start and stall thing it's done in the past. I see in the forum that I guess that my year of truck was prone to bad ignition switches. This I have not changed. Yet. Every mechanic I know is stumped. Buy the way. I've had my 350 vortec scanned several times now and the stalling problem never kicks out a code to my computer. PLEASE. I can't be the only guy in the world to have this problem, not to mention this is getting pretty expensive. Any ideas will be very appreciated.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, December 6th, 2006 AT 6:00 PM