Ok guys, wondering if anyone has gone through what I'm experiencing. When attempting to start the Tahoe when cold in the AM (78* fla cold) I get no signal to the starter selinoid , I have had someone turn the key while placing a test light to the signal wire so I know its not the starter or solenoid. Sometimes when I get in it it will click when I turn the key and if I continually reattempt to start it will usually crank after 3 to 5 attempts but in the AM it doesn't make the clicking sound and when I don't get a clicking noise it will not start at all and I have to drive another vehicle, if I can get it to click it will always start after 3 to 5 attempts but keep in mind I have checked the signal wire to solenoid under both conditions with no signal. I have swapped the A/C relay with the starter relay with no changes. I'm thinking I need to check the signal of the ignition switch under the steering column for power next, just thought I'd post up to see if anyone has experienced this or had any suggestions.