2002 c5 getting charge system fault on dic. then suddenly stops running

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(NEW jersey)

Started getting charge system fault on dic. then engine dies out. I get all kinds of codes and the dash starts flickering after i finally clear the codes the car starts up as normal. when starting up i have to crank the engine little more than normal. I replace the alternator still the same problem Put the old one back on and replaced battery. still same problem. removed starter and found the five wires and the ground wire were all fuse together. Repaired the wires. No more Charge system fault so far. Car still hard to start and dies on mean for no reason.








































































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TAC MODULE NEW
by: Clayton

Could be your Thortle Actuator Control Module.If You have a Manual transmission?Also. If you use your Key Fobe.Turn your Alarm on,then turn it off.Double click your remote.This will completely turn off your security system.Also try and Disconnect your ground cable.This will reset your computer system.When your Corvette dies👿Does it display service ABS OR SERVICE TRACTION CONTROL?This could be your ABSTC MODULE.GOOD LUCK

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