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2004 Chevrolet Suburban 1500 Questions

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We put we put a new fuel pump on new fuel filter on and cars still has problems starting.

Brakes keep locking up

The air and heat will not turn on in my rear.

My check engine light came on because my knock sensor for a wet, so I replaced both knock sensors and put everything back together but the check engine light is still on. Do I need to go get the computer reset to get it to go out?

And it says engine power reduced. And won't run. Turn it off for a few minutes. Then it w I'll be fine or in hook battery

This is an intermittent problem but is increasing in frequency. Truck has 200K in miles. My research on-line yields mostly speed sensors may be dirty or need replacement in from wheels.

every time you start it every anywhere i start my vehicle

New thermostat, reservoir very full, heater blows cold. It overheats in 5 minutes @ 2k rpm rev. Both radiator hoses are hot. I don't know what the next step is.

ABS light be on when driving and sometimes it goes off for a little while and right back on

could it be heater cores on front and back

When I put it into drive it won't move or sometimes it will but not like it should

first time this has ever happened. battery completely dead. was fully charged and showed no signs of weakening. tried getting a jump, engine struggled to turn over and all electrical dead. no lights,locks, windows. strange rapid clicking coming from fuse relays in engine compartment. jumping by bypassing the battery, lights came on but engine struggled to turn over. Then all electrical went completely dead, even with jumper cables still connected and other car running.