However, it is most likely going to be something electrical, such as a sensor. I drove it right to the dealer and kept the car running and had a mechanic drive the car to show them the problem. The contact stated that the traction control and steering warning indicators randomly illuminated several times, and then the engine stalled. The contact stated the vehicle's air bag warning light was illuminated indicating that the passenger air bag was deactivated despite the passenger seat being occupied. The contact also stated that the air bag warning light would sporadically illuminate. Each time the car was taken in they would say they couldn't find the problem and would return the car to us unrepaired as it would do the same thing again and again and on one occasion it almost resulted in a severe accident while my wife and daughter were turning through an intersection and the steering went out.
Updated 08-27-12 the coil assembly was replaced. It worked alright for about a month and a half but then the light flashed on again about 2 weeks ago and has flashed on randomly ever since. This is a question with a vast number of possibilities. The vehicle was taken to the dealer whom performed a diagnostic which located a failure code at the passenger front seat sensor. The approximate failure mileage was 17,000. The electrical system on modern cars is very sensitive and everything needs to be working perfectly and that seems to include a strong battery. I knew the battery was getting weak and replaced it and haven't had a problem since.
If you're removing the tail light assembly the plastic piece that holds the bulb. If I am unable to make it to the doctor of hospital, my medical conditions can take my life, or my unborn child's. The manufacturer was not notified. Without warning, the dashboard indicators went off as the engine died. After the vehicle was started, the enhance traction system, check engine, and power steering warning light illuminated intermittently. The contact stated that the front passenger side air bag warning light illuminated. I did it myself and the problem went away instanly.
To find out what it means, connect a diagnostic code scanner to the port. It had only stalled once. They will often let you use their code scanner and if they aren' … t too busy they can also help you connect it and read the results. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. The vehicle was not repaired. The manufacturer was not made aware of the failure.
The approximate failure mileage was 47,728. You do have to turn the car off. Soon when driving the car it would take a while of stepping on the gas to get the car moving and was very sparadic. In addition, when the vehicle was switched into the reverse position, there was an abnormal sound coming from the gear shift. Steering was extremely hard, the power steering was not working and I pulled into the nearest parking lot. When these errors occur, the speedometer moves back and forward and the the car attempts to stall. Had to press slowly on gas or you would be jolted upon moving.
Kelvin Color - 5000K White. This time it's not even drivable. The next time this occurred was when mileage was at 99960. I took the car to the Chevy dealership after the October incidents and they could not reproduce the problem. Next he tells me that the power steering just goes out on him and that it started stalling all together. All of the gauges were acting erratically. The manufacturer was notified of the failure.
The vehicle was not repaired. If it is blinking then you have a problem with your ignition system. Found bulletin 09-06-40-003a covering this issue. This is a safety concern and should be recalled for repairs at no cost to the consumer. The battery was disconnected to and the key became stuck in the ignition. If the system is working normally, the indicator light turns off. The vehicle was taken to a dealer for diagnostic testing.
The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. The vehicle has not been repaired for the malfunction. This causes the car's speed to jump or drop. It developed all the symptoms I've been reading on here after I replaced the radiator cooling fan. I thought it might be the new fan so I disconnected it and tried to plug the old fan back in. I feel I am putting us all at risk every time we get in it.
If you're standing in the front of the car it is just to the right of where the fan plug is and under the return hose for the radiator. I'm at a loss right now. The vehicle was able to continue in operation with caution. The manufacturer was notified of the failure. Because the computer in your truck found a sensor that is reporting a problem. The power steering would go out occasionally. I have taken it in several times, the first couple times they couldn't find anything.