Be proactive and bring your vehicle to our Service department for a check-up. I feel like I'm driving a vehicle from the 1950's. My 2011 Chevy Silverado is way out of warranty and I didn't want any extended warranty when I bought her brand new. Picked it up yesterday and went straight home. I did some research and it turned out to be a bad throttle body. The manufacturer was contacted and they offered no assistance. In my older Buick, I had to press the lock button, then the unlock button.
There are more problems then the ones I listed, but there has been so many its hard to remember them all. Drove to the dealer to check it out. I got to safety, checked my fluids and I had no oil in the car. November 2013, 28 January 2014, 16 February 2014. I took it to the dealer and the diagnostic said the throttle body needs replaced. One time I took it in, and the lady looked and said that it was nothing and to continue to drive it until they could get to it in a few weeks because they were backed up.
Restarting it was not help this time, I Just limped it the rest of the few miles to my hotel. I hope this post has helped others and make you aware of a recall that I was surprised about. Would any of this be covered under a warranty? It has been one week and has happened multiple times everyday since. The Misfire Current Counters should not be incrementing. Paying attention to the warning lights and gauges could prevent injury. The contact did not receive an invoice to confirm what the dealer diagnosed and repaired. I'm not sure if you have to turn it off before pressing the unlock button, or can do it while running.
So why cannot they repair this problem? If an accident had occurred, a passenger air bag malfunction could have occurred with serious consequences. Observe the Misfire Current Counters with a scan tool. Ashley No mention of mileage, or purchase date, so no idea if you are still under bumper to bumper warranty. To learn more, visit our website at www. Everyone have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year if I don't hear from you until then! When starting the vehicle the dashboard message shows service stabilitrak. If you find one missing let us know and we we'll add it immediately! If the latest version of 03-06-04-030 leads to fuel injector replacement, inspect the fuel injector inlet filter screen for rust contamination.
Sorry for the lack of information! The contact stated that while driving on several occasions the air bag warning light illuminated. About 8 months ago March 2013 I had about 52,000 miles on my truck at the time. I hope this information will help someone else who may have a similar situation! These conditions might go away once the engine is warmed up. There has been one issue after another, the car has stalled and would not start. I was also glad it was a simple and quick fix on my truck. General Motors need to recall and fix this before someone gets killed. So I tried my regular key again and it worked.
Look up your code definition. After 6 miles of driving the same engine power warning and stabilitrack error came back. This would be where you would send your transmission fluid and transmission dip stick down. After those were verified to operating correctly, then start looking a bit deeper. I had a bag in my front seat so assumed it was nothing.
Let me start from the beginning. Think it makes the truck look 10 times better. Some warning lights come on briefly when the engine is started to indicate they are working. It was towed to the dealership. I took it to an auto parts store and another garage and they hooked up the code reader at both places and it didn't show any code. I took it to the dealer they state they could not find nothing wrong.
I can not start my car and it is frustrating as to why? This will help your mechanic evaluate the issue. This display allows for calibrating the compass. I took the car to the dealer where I purchased the car while it was under warranty and was told not to worry it's just the O2 sensors. The car was violently shaking and the driver shut it off. This can only be determined by running a diagnostic test. The contact stated that there was an abnormal noise that progressed within the first thirty days of owning the vehicle. The car started shaking violently and received a stabilititrak error.
He told me that their was an internal engine failure that caused the timing belt to break. It is the timing chain. Meanwhile, I noticed my truck slowing down no matter how much gas I gave it. He 'thinks' the one key is bad. He claimed he didn't tell me that both keys needed to be reprogramed.