Electrical Problems

larson5675

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Nov 24, 2022
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I recently replaced the injectors on my 04 lb7 and removed the cab to do so. I did a bunch of work to it when I had the cab off, but after putting it back to gather it ran well but it shift indicator no longer worked. When I test drove it shifted hard in 1st but ran fine other wise. I parked it for a week, when I put it into drive it clunked but didn't move. I changed the neutral safety switch and it did nothing. I pulled the codes p0700, p0802, p0090, p0193, p0335, p0540. I figure one of the modules isn't working. I cleaned all the grounds, but don't know how to check proper voltage and grounds. I just need somewhere to start. I have charged and tested my battery's. checked over the wiring harness didn't see any obvious issues.
 

Ron Nielson

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Scroll down to the bottom and enter your DTC and Chevrolet

https://www.dtcdecode.com/Chevrolet also check here

Checking for power/ground is like checking battery voltage - one probe on the + side, the other on the - side. Of course, you have to know which side is which. Go to https://www.gmupfitter.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/2005_LD_CKFullSizeElectrical.pdf and download the wiring diagrams and lots of additional electrical info
 

Mikey52

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And you need a better scanner. The p 0700 code is from the ecm, but the actual code is stored in the tcm. You need to be able to read the tcm codes.