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Old Mar-02-15, 04:48 AM   #1

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Ok so I have a 06 ss every now and then I would go to start the truck and everything would light up but no crank whatsoever so I jumped it thinking battery was low. Still nothing , I came out the next day and it started right up like nothing was wrong. Then it happened again so I changed the ignition switch still nothing , then as usual it started up like nothing was wrong. The last time I had this problem was about a week ago so I changed the starter now it starts but if you start it consistently 10 times in a row it gives me a problem about 4 times Anyone have this problem ? Or anyone else can help me as what to look for ? Thanks in advance
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Might want to check the location of where you're starting threads...

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start up issues (kinda long explanation)

Fuse Block or ECM issue? - Opinions Please
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Might want to check the location of where you're starting threads...

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start up issues (kinda long explanation)

Fuse Block or ECM issue? - Opinions Please
Those links are for cranking but no start. My truck every other start won't crank or anything
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The fuse box can cause you all sorts of problems, you have something in common with those threads posted, although it may not be identical, its just a place to check.
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I had the same problem with my 06 the dealer replaced the computer then figuerd out it was the block below the fuse box
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I agree with jsmith2043....read up on those before throwing money at it.

I had a no crank, no click issue that turned out to be the fuse block.
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