2005 Corvette: GM TechLink: No Crank, PRNDL Inoperative
Owners of some 2005 Chevrolet Corvettes and 2004 - 05 Cadillac XLRs may experience a no-crank condition, with no codes in any module. The concern may be followed by an inoperative transmission range indicator (PRNDL). The Tech 2 will show the transmission range circuits are all reading high when any gear is selected.
Check for a loose or broken ground G402 at the right rear suspension cradle. See SI document 1495107.
- Thanks to Paul Radzwilowicz, GM Techlink, July, 2005
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