Any information provided is greatly appreciated.
I have 1997 Suburban that I'm starting to get frustrated with. I had
to replace a bad fuel pump in May 2005 while on family vacation, and
now, 18 months later it buzzing so loud I can hear it from the driver's
seat, engine running and door closed. I will be replacing it this
The last 3-4 months my antifreeze seems like it is always low. I don't
see any leaks, but am continuing to top it off. I did a pressure check
and it held 16 psi very well. I also replaced the cap. I'm not sure
what is happening to the coolant. If my intake gasket is leaking,
wouldn't it show on the pressure test? Any tips?
Yesterday morning the truck was stone dead. I pulled out my battery
charger and got it running again, but 6 hours later it was stone dead
again. I had a tough time getting it running the second time. While
the battery charger was running, the power door locks were freaking out
and locking and unlocking by themselves. I was able to get the truck
running again and drove around until the battery was charged. I then
disconnected the battery over-night to see if it was bad, and it
started the truck no problem. While driving it now, when I turn up the
radio, the louder I go, the speakers start to distort, more and more.
Could an electrical short cause this? I just picked up a multi-meter
and am going to check the battery draw when turned off. Any other
advice or thoughts?
Thanks, Jeff S.