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Korbin

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  1. Sorry it’s been a couple days but I’ve checked everything you guys mentioned and the only thing I haven’t checked is the pcm cause I don’t even know where to start with that is there any way to test this or do I have to buy a new one and try that? I also replaced the ignition control module and that didn’t do anything
  2. Do you Mean like the part that holds the ignition cylinder or like a ignition module. I didn’t really word it correctly before but my neighbor has the same truck so I pulled his ignition cylinder out and put it in mine and it didn’t make a difference. Idk if I just needed to clarify that or if your talking about something else. Sorry
  3. I don’t have anything after market but a pioneer radio I put in. But I’ve genuinely installed close to 20 of these now and have never had a problem like this at all. I checked it over though just in case and it seems fine. I unplugged it to make sure and it didn’t fix anything. I spent a good hour or so with a friend searching though every connector and ground we could find and there all in great shape. I didn’t check under the fuse box though that’s a good idea.
  4. I have a 2004 Silverado 4.8 2wd and it’s been perfectly fine for the last 5 months of me owing it and last night I go to start it and it doesn’t do anything other than normal acc. Stuff. No crank at all. when I put it to the starting position the only thing that clicks is the starter relay and throttle body. I thought it was the starter so I tried crossing it and it worked fine but I still had my doubts so I pulled it and had it tested and it was fine. I tried jumping it didn’t work and I checked battery voltage and it was 12.6 so that should be fine. I went through every single fuse to make sure that some dumb fuse wasn’t causing all this. And they were all fine. I checked for power from the ignition to the fuse and from there to the starter relay when switched on and those were fine. I borrowed my friends ignition cylinder to see if there was some weird security thing but that didn’t work. I plugged in a code reader and it’s saying that all shift solenoids are bad including the one for the torque converter overdrive solenoid. And the shift timing solenoid is also bad. I don’t know if it’ll work but I’ll try leaving a link to my code read off at the end. Oh and also my blower motor is constantly on now no matter what unless I pull the fuse then it’llturn off. It’s weird no matter how much I stare at it and no matter how many tools I buy it still doesn’twork. Haha
  5. So I just went and checked and it is using 1st gear for sure. And I’ll check real soon about the plugs and get back. The wires look fine and the air filter looks new. I’ll check the injectors probably last. And it doesn’t matter if the ac is on or off.
  6. Hi, I’m new here so sorry if I’m in the wrong page but I have a 2004 Silverado 1500 2wd 4.8 and it feels like I have the worst throttle lag in the world but it’s only coming from a dead stop if I’m already moving over 15 mph then it feels fine but if I’m at a dead stop and floor it all the way it takes a full second for the Rpms to even move and then it crawls till about 15mph and then it hits 4,000 rpms then it’s flys like normal. This truck is pretty new to me and I used to have the same truck with a 5.3 and that one felt fine I would Chris the tires if I floored it that one. I thought the hp and torque difference was fairly small between them. But if you guys could help me out that would be awesome thanks.
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