GMC Sierra: No-Crank/No-Start Condition – UnderhoodService

GMC Sierra: No-Crank/No-Start Condition

Customer Concern: The battery was jump-started with the key on, which resulted in a no-crank, no-start condition. Theft deterrent module (TDM) DTC B3060 is present. The module will perform the

Vehicle: 2009 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE 5.3L, V8, MFI, OHV, VIN 0, Eng Desg LMG
Customer Concern
The battery was jump-started with the key on, which resulted in a no-crank, no-start condition. Theft deterrent module (TDM) DTC B3060 is present. The module will perform the ­relearn, work properly three times, then go back into the ­failure mode.
Tests:
1. Verify battery voltage on the red/white wire at pin 1.
2. Verify switch voltage on the yellow wire at pin 2.
3. Verify a good ground on the black/white wire at pin 3.
4. Verify communications on the dark green wire at pin 4.
5. If OK, replace and program the TDM.
 
Courtesy of Identifix’s “Five Fast Fixes”

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