Someone replaced the fuel pump, ignition switch and ignition module to try to solve a problem in this Chevy 3500 Box Van, but the problem was still not solved. (That sounds expensive.) We call it parts replacing. Others might call it guessing and … guess what? That’s more expensive than taking the vehicle to the electrical experts in the first place.
The original problem on this 2008 Chevy 3500 Box Van? The van would not start, so it was towed to ENORMIS.
Our MECP-certified technician Ken Whiteman was able to identify and correct the electrical issue in less than three hours. He traced the issue to corroded and broken wires that are hidden and not easily found. Ken removed the broken and corroded wires and installed new wires. The Chevy Box Van now starts and runs as it should.
Here at ENORMIS, we use our brains and computers to test equipment, quickly narrow down an electrical problem and solve it. Don’t waste time guessing. “Guesses” cost way more money in the long run!
Contact ENORMIS Mobile Specialties to get your electrical problems figured out and solved.