Here is the deal. About 6 months ago, I had a problem starting the Tahoe. It would crank over longer than normal, but eventually start (that happened once). Okay fast forward to last week. Same thing happen but took forever to get started. It would crank and crank and crank but no start. I stepped on the gas, but no start. Tried just the key again. Nothing. Tried stepping on the gas again and it started, but it jumped and bucked like it wasn't going to. So I go to the dealer to have it checked out and they talk me into the 30,000 mile check up as well. 2 days later I come back to pick up and they say nothing is wrong. Ok, so I go to work that day, for 8 hours, and come back out to go home and it doesn't start AGAIN! Same problem, cranks but no start. Eventually it fires. So the next morning back to the dealer, after trouble staring again. This time they tell me they fixed it. Turns out it was the fuel regulator. Okay, so I go to pick it up and it DOESN'T start (same thing) right in the dealer parking lot. COME ON! So, obviously, after some discussion I am on my way home again with a loaner car. I get the call again - that it is fixed. This time it's the spark plugs that are flooded, so they change those, and change the oil. So I go to pick up. And the first turn of the key yielded a start, BUT was still jumpy. Some thing is still off and I have to bring it back again. Does anybody have ANY idea what might be causing this? PS. I will definetely donate to the site if someone has the FIX[/b]
have the same problem?
Wednesday, December 13th, 2006 AT 12:48 PM