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Push button start Starter cranks endlessly no crank


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Same happened to me twice, each time about a year apart.  Both times i just let the truck sit for about 10 min and tried again and it crunk right up, i have no idea what's causing it. 

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On 7/22/2021 at 6:04 PM, Steve1111 said:

Same happened to me twice, each time about a year apart.  Both times i just let the truck sit for about 10 min and tried again and it crunk right up, i have no idea what's causing it. 

Having same damn issue!

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On 12/11/2019 at 4:18 PM, 19RSTZ71 said:

Towed to dealer says it started. 2019 Silverado RST Crew 5.3 left me stranded at zero degrees.  I pressed the start button and the starter cranked at high rpm without the bendix engaging to crank the engine.  I had to press the button to stop it from spinning.  Tried several times still only starter spinning.  Roadside tow last night to dealer.  Dealer said started fine had a few codes ie fuel pump etc.  said come and get it NPF.  Now that is disappointing from a reliability trustworthy stand point.   Curious if anyone has heard of this symptom.  3024 miles on vehicle. 

 

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