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#18 of 37 Re: Suburban dies while driving HELP! [tiggerchick]
Apr 07, 2009 (10:36 pm)
Hi I used to own a 1995 chevy suburban. And I had the same symtoms as you do.
When I would come to a stop at a red light the engine would die. I go to park it the
engine would die. And when I put my foot on the gas it would lurch forward. When
my engine would die I would lose power steering. I go to start it again it would crank forever and not start. And the whole time it did'nt throw a code at me. After drive it for months like this it finally gave me a code. It was the coolant senser went
bad. Check the voltage at the coolant sensor plug with a voltmeter with the key on engine off and it should be 5 volts. To check the coolant senser itself you have to
ohm it with an ohmeter. Ohm out the coolant sensor once when the engine is cold and once when the engine is at hot at normal operating temperature. Compare it to the ohm spec of the coolant sensor in a hanyes manuel that you can get at autozone. If the coolant sensor is out of the ohm spec replace it. Or you can have a mechanic check the coolant sensor. I replace the coolant sensor on my suburban and it fixed the problem. Hope this helps later
#19 of 37 Re: Suburban dies while driving HELP! [xamonox]
Apr 08, 2009 (4:40 am)
Those who are having trouble with you 02,03 Suburban shutting down while driving check your cam or crank sensor. Kim M.
#20 of 37 battery drains inconsistently
Apr 13, 2009 (1:27 pm)
01 LT Suburban i replaced the battery the truck will be parked over night and in the morning the battery will be very low or dead ihave check a number of times and cant seem to find anything that is running while the truck is off ... is this some kind of short ?
#21 of 37 Re: Suburban dies while driving HELP! [xamonox]
Aug 02, 2009 (11:45 am)
This is exactly what happened to me with my 95 sub. I changed the fuel filter no change. then had the egr valve tested (off vehicle) at a local shop. It tested bad so I replaced still no change with stalling and cutting out. Finally It showed a code 15 on check eng light. wich was my coolant temp sensor. Installed new sensor and magically all works great now.
#22 of 37 Re: Suburban dies while driving HELP! [posh]
Jun 27, 2010 (4:13 pm)
it shouldnt be a problem with that new a suburban, but how is the oil pressure? if it is too low, it will shut off the engine. also have the fuel pressure checked.
#23 of 37 My suburban truck die while driving but start after awhile
Feb 07, 2011 (11:28 am)
I have a 2004 Chevrolet suburban Z71, i was driving back from a trip in the afternoon and suddenly the truck just wouldn't accelerate anymore and was just running to a halt and suddenly stopped. I tried starting the car immediately but it will just cranked and not start so i just waited for a about 30-40 minutes and afterward it started and i continued driving and the same thing happened after about 2 hours of driving again. Please can someone tell me what the problem might be?
#24 of 37 Re: My suburban truck die while driving but start after awhile [azek]
Feb 07, 2011 (4:42 pm)
Not sure how someone on the internet, who have no ability to look
at the vehicle to diagnose a problem with only your interpretation of a symptom......but here goes......
You don't have any fuel, or bad fuel, or fuel pump is bad.
Or a bad sensor, which one of the 50, who knows.
Aug 25, 2011 (9:13 pm)
i have a problem with my suburban its a 1997. we went to go swimming and about 5 miles from home it just died it will turn and turn but it wont start we went out and bought a distributor car and a rotor because there was no spark past the coil still nothing then we bought the electronic ignition module and still nothing we cant think of anything else does anyone have any suggestions we really would appreciate it thanks
#27 of 37 97 suburban stalls and cuts out but will restart
Oct 16, 2011 (11:47 am)
97 Suburban, 350. Never had an issue till I recently went in for an oil change. They said I needed a new air filter (which I admit was pretty bad) to save money I replaced it myself with a Fram. Right after that while idiling at the mall my suburban stalled. Since then it has stalled at stop signs (twice) and cuts out when driving but will stay running. After each stall the truck starts right up. Connections are good and clean, all the way to the fuel pump. I had problems before with a fuel pump and it cut out and then quit and wouldn't start, so replaced it. Any ideas where to start? I really don't think it has to do with the air filter but who knows.....