The light come on just upon startup and my very first shift into Drive. For this reason what happens is, as quickly as its an initial shifted into Drive, the headlights blink rapidly around 8 times and also then the "Service w/ wrench symbol" irradiate pops on in the dash. Automobile seems to run fine. Only thing the users hand-operated says is "see dealership for service" because that this warning light.

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Anybody have any kind of expierence through troubleshooting GMs and also their small quirky trouble signals? and what castle mean? Its my winter beater and also would prefer to keep her chugging along.


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· 3 yr. Ago
The an excellent google indicate its one error code for the BCM (body regulate module - magic cube that is the mind for your lights, turnsignals, power windows and also locks, crucial fob, etc) and also apparently only GM dealers have actually the special scanner to interact to it.

It has been argued to revolve the key to run, press gas pedal come the floor 3 time in 5 seconds and wait for the wrench irradiate to go out then turn key back to off. This resets the oil adjust due system.

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it has additionally been said to inspect for any type of burned the end light bulbs (including interior). It may be trying to let you know it detects a pear is puffy somewhere.


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Op · 3 yr. Ago

Right top top man. Give thanks to u lot for the info!


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