Howdy, Stranger!

It looks like you're new here. If you want to get involved, click one of these buttons!





Have you recently tried to lease a vehicle again after your last lease ended, and found that average monthly payments have gone so far up that you decided to get a cheaper vehicle with a lower monthly payment or purchase a used car?
If so, a reporter would like to talk to you about it. Please reach out to [email protected] by Thursday, October 18, 2018 telling us a little about your experience, and the Edmunds PR team may connect you with the journalist.
If you experience loading issues with the login/register form, please completely disable ad blocker or use an incognito or in-private window to log in.

Engine Shuts Down, Avalanche 2500

ShawnRedmanShawnRedman Columbus, OHIOPosts: 2
edited February 2016 in Chevrolet
I have a 2002 Avalanche 2500. I can be going down the freeway and it shuts down...I also can be mostly between 100-2000 rpms in traffic same thing, or when I let off gas in slow traffic , rolling to a stop, and sitting at a light it justs chokes out...I have had fuel system worked on..crank sensor...eveything...I am wondering if it's the throttle body...It is very dangerous driving...Does this sound familiar..I've hac\d it to three dealers looking at electrical and two GM machanics...Running out of ideas and patience...It started more than 2 years ago and has progressively gotten worse.Help...

Answers

  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 61,692
    Sometimes the only way to solve intermittent problems like this is to have the test equipment hooked up at the moment of failure--that way the technician can "freeze" the data, as well as stream it, and see what's going on with data from the various modules and sensors.

    MODERATOR --Need help with anything? Click on my name!

    Share Your Vehicle Reviews Here

  • ShawnRedmanShawnRedman Columbus, OHIOPosts: 2
    He's caught it in that mode. I believe we have now replaced all the sensors. Everytime it is able to be read it reads something else at fault. thank you, i appreciate your response
Sign In or Register to comment.