Discussion in 'Audio & Electronics' started by Holt50, Feb 26, 2020.
Found this laying in my truck, can anyone tell me where it goes
Must have found it up front on the inside unless someone just threw it in the back somewhere. That bolt usually means it is bolted to the inside firewall or side panel. The other end looks like it may be related to the actual ignition switch, which is not where you put the key in at. I cannot tell for sure. What is your rig details? Year, make, model, trim, engine, trans?
It's this: https://www.rockauto.com/en/moreinfo.php?pk=97043&cc=1061356&jsn=2297&jsn=2297
I took a shot and looked it up for a 96 Tahoe Ignition switch.
is this rig new to you or did you just find it?
Looks like the harness from a steering column.
Sorry guys for alll the great none info. But you hit it on the nose. My mechanic just replaced it and I forgot. Don't know y he didn't throw it away. Mine is a 97 Yukon 4x4 I was traveling for work this past year and my friend let me keep it at her house. Well that f%%$$ no good c%÷#$ thinks she's a mechanic and destroyed my truck. All it needed before I left was paint. I've spent well over 1200 already just to get it running and it died on me today. So so so very frustrated and a little sad. She is lucky she's a female. Anyway thank you guys for helping me remember. Now I think I've got tho get a new fuel pump.
Symptoms please. Tell us what it is doing and it might not be a fuel pump. Can't hurt to ask.
Ok first off let me start with tranny is shifting from first to second at 3500 rpm, if I really get on it it doesn't shift at all. Then on Monday when it was running it died on me after about an hr or so of driving. But it started back up and barely made it home where it won't start. I can hear the pump working, but it only starts when I put fuel in the throttle body. And the when coming to a stop it would ideal high until a complete stop then go back to normal. This truck ran perfect before she put her hands on it
I'd check for a leak in the intake tract and manifold first.
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