2011 Chevrolet Avalanche V8 engine no start stalls and mil lamp on

2011 Chevrolet Avalanche V8 has check engine light on, stalls occasionally and it won't start. If I let it sit for 3-4 hours, it will start. When it acting up, all lights in the dash panel are on and when I tried scanning for codes, I have a U fault codes which are mostly no communication codes:

U0101-Lost Communication with TCM
U0102-Lost Communication with Transfer Case Control Module
00109-Lost Communication With Fuel Pump Control Module "A"

ATS Adviser:

There are a few possibilities for this problem:

1.) Faulty in high speed modules especially the BCM or its components. Try unplugging the BCM and see ohm reading at pin 6 and 14 terminals at DLC.

2.) Failure in ECM which might require replacement of the crank sensor. What is your vref at crank? Do the vref voltage reading at a sensor that can be easily accessed like tps, crank or cam sensor.

3.) Failure in class 2 serial communication bus line. Hook up a voltmeter on pin 1 of the DLC against pin 5 and compare measure voltage at KOEO for all modules at splice 1 or JX221. Any module with a different voltage reading is the culprit.

Take note that the 2011 model has 2 additional bus wires added to the previous 6 bus wires in the 2008 model: LIN bus wire and low speed serial data bus wires. You will see this clearly in the wiring diagram if you get the specific application of your truck.




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