the thick cable goes to the battery positive terminal . one thin wire goes to ignition switch
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 1998 Chevrolet Suburban ignition module. Remove the ignition module retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new ignition module.
does it crank? if not, could be battery, starter, ignition switch, or battery cables. if it does, it may not have fuel, can you hear the fuel pump when you turn the key? do you have spark? do your injectors pulse? need more info
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The Suburban has a negative ground system.
First check for a corroded or damaged battery terminal. Next check the battery.
you can take it to be replaced it has a recall on them
top of colum under dash
Remove the ignition switch retaining nut. Pull the ignition out. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the ignition barrel. Reverse the process to install the new ignition.
A battery cannot be drained by a shorted diode when the ignition key is off.
the sensor that tells your engine when the clutch is engaged will be located somewhere on the transmission itself depending on the year. my 96's was right on top under the battery.
Battery, kickstarter, ignition, ignition coil,
The battery itself can not, but, as with any battery, the contact of positive & negative contacts can cause a spark which may constitute an ignition source.
The ignition module that's in the distributor.
your alternator is not charging
- dead battery - starter motor defective - low battery - ignition key problems starter, ignition problems
check battery cables at battery may be lose.
No, all motors that year have distributorless ignition.
Ignition module in the distributor.
test ignition coil,ignition module,pick-up coil,electronic spark control,and knock sensor
Yes, IF the ignition SWITCH was left ON. I suggest charging the battery, and then have it tested at Autozone both of which are free.
many many things, bad battery, bad battery connections or wires, bad ground, bad fuses, bad relays, fuseable link blown, bad ignition switch, fuel pump problems, computer problems.
The engine computer, next to the battery, is the ignition module.