Starter problems of the 2003 Chevrolet Suburban

Two problems related to starter have been reported for the 2003 Chevrolet Suburban. The most recently reported issues are listed below.

car   Starter problem 1
Failure Date: 05/09/2017

The battery keeps going dead and something is not shutting the car down causing a parasitic battery draw killing battery I have gone through 4 battery and after about 3 days or 4 the truck does not start and 2hen I take it to autozone they say its dead and give me a new battery and tried looking up issue and see alot of people having issues and when I took to check alternator or starter nothing they are good.

car   Starter problem 2
Failure Date: 02/16/2007

Instrument cluster: at any given time, the speedometer will stop registering the vehicle's speed and go past the maximum speed (120mph in this case). When you stop, the speedometer usually stops on approximately 80 or 90 mph depending on the speed you were originally traveling. Also, the oil pressure gauge does not show the accurate reading. The oil pressure gauge will all of a sudden go down to zero, or max out at 80 and stay there. It takes several days for the speedometer to go back down to zero, or several times cranking the vehicle and turning off the ignition to get the speedometer to go back to zero, causing premature wear on the ignition components and starter.




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