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#237 of 459 Re: 2007 Chevy Tahoe-Electrical/Possible Security Systems Failure [ghosk]
Jan 11, 2012 (7:24 pm)
ghosk, did you ever get the problem fixed? I have the exact same problem on my
2007 Tahoe LTZ. 4 times in the past two weeks now. I will park the Tahoe, and go to lock it with the remote and it will not lock. So then I go back to the vehicle to find that nothing is working. I get back in and try to turn the ignition but nothing. Like you, the battery is not the problem. Then the doors start with the clicking noise. The first 3 times this went on for a few minutes and then all of the sudden the car started and everything was normal. Tonight it happen when I got home from work and it still will not come back to life. Everything is dead. Except for the battery.
#238 of 459 Re: 2009 Electrical Problems [t_tex]
Jan 12, 2012 (11:29 am)
My 09 Tahoe was in specialty auto electric shop for a couple of months. Picked it up last week and have about 500 miles with no problems whatsoever. They found several modules that were the wrong part number - onstar (VCIM), radio, rear seat radio/module and the instrument panel cluster. They updated all the other modules in the GMLAN system. They took the time to methodically go thru every module and associated component - the Chevy dealer just threw up their hands to say "I dunno". The dealer techs are inexperienced and are on a pay schedule that isn't compatible with repairs like this that require experience and willingness to troubleshoot. However, I still think the main problem is the GMLAN system's inabiltity to troubleshoot itself. It's poorly engineered, period. Although I like my 07 Tahoe that's never had a problem, the fact that the dealer could never solve my electrical problems with my 09 Tahoe is enough for me to say that I'll never buy another GM vehicle. Never buy a GM vehicle. Never buy a GM vehicle, get it?
#239 of 459 Re: 2007 power drain and GMLAN code [mdumelow]
Jan 17, 2012 (10:35 pm)
Talk about wanting to rip my hair out. I have an 07 Tahoe that just quit starting. I replaced the battery and it still just gives you one click when you turn the key. Everything works lights, seats, windows, horn, etc. But when you turn the key you hear one click and thats it. Funny thing is it has done this before and jumpstart worked. Now....Nothing works!!
#240 of 459 Re: 2007 Chevy Tahoe-Electrical/Possible Security Systems Failure [scuba_steveo]
Jan 18, 2012 (6:48 am)
Good morning scuba_steveo,
I realize that this post was from a while back and I apologize that it was missed. Have you had any success in moving towards resolving this?
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#241 of 459 Re: 2007 Chevy Tahoe-Electrical/Possible Security Systems Failure [gmcustsvcsarah]
Jan 18, 2012 (7:04 am)
No Sarah. No luck yet. It was dead from last Wednesday to yesterday (Tuesday). I tried jumping it a few times over the weekend with no luck. Again the only thing that happened was a clicking in the doors. Everything else is dead. No lights or gage movement or anything. Yesterday I had it towed to a mechanic that I have been to who does good work. If you email me at stevenkfwengineers.com I will give you their contact info. They were able to get it started but cannot find the problem. They told me to leave it with them for a while and they will keep looking. This is very upsetting to say the least.
#243 of 459 2005 Tahoe Electric Seat Fuse Blowing
Jan 23, 2012 (6:55 am)
Have recently been having the electric seat motor & heater fuse blowing, but only when the emergency pedal is depressed. No issues when emergency brake is off, but if you engage emergency brake, the 50A fuse under the hood is blowing right away.
Saw another posting which implied this was a known issue, but no info on how to correct it.
Any tips appreciated.
#244 of 459 07 Tahoe electrical problems??
Jan 26, 2012 (6:12 am)
Ok so I have a 07 Tahoe LTZ. The truck runs fine most of the time. But I am having a problem with the wipers turning on and spraying fluid all by themselves. I swear I have to turn the truck off and take the key out for it to stop. I thought the first time I hit the button but I KNOW that it is not me. It happens especially when it rains but has happened on sunny days as well. All of the sudden I will be driving and bam the wipers come on an spray fluid all over.. Also my wipers although the stick has like 5 different speeds it only has 2 speeds which are slow and fast.. there is no in between. Is anyone else having this problem? And what the heck can I do to make it stop!!
#245 of 459 Re: 2007 Chevy Tahoe-Electrical/Possible Security Systems Failure [scuba_steveo]
Jan 26, 2012 (7:29 am)
I'm sorry to not have responded earlier! Sometimes the search tool we use doesn’t catch everything, and when I have time to do so, I go through the forums manually.
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#246 of 459 Re: 07 Tahoe electrical problems?? [venomrose]
Jan 26, 2012 (7:33 am)
There may be a short circuit - would you please email us the last 8 digits of your VIN (as well as your name) so we can check to see if there are any open recalls on your vehicle?
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