When the light is on steady, this indicates that one or more of the tires are significantly underinflated. It indicates a problem with the cooling system that is causing the engine to overheat and may cause serious damage. In which, if you are in an accident your airbags will not deploy while this light is illuminated. Tired of returning to the dealer, I checked the code myself. They also stated that they observed several similar instances with the same model vehicle.
After reading this post I recalled that I disconnected a plug on the passenger side in the same area but noticed it and reconnected it. Operate the park brake release lever. And it appears that a lot of folks had encountered the same issue, yet a solution remained elusive. I've already sunk in over 4K in this after buying it last year in Dec. Lights went off for about 500 miles, came on again. The contact stated that while driving and making a right turn, the brakes would erroneously activate causing independent deceleration. Turned Stabilitrak back on and it would not go back in Auto.
Did some checking and replaced the Canister Vent Valve Solenoid and it has fixed all the issues. Note that damage may be hidden from view turned away from you, or covered by electrical tape. The technician cleaned the throttle box but the problem recurred. Could it be tied to the fuel pump and the entire fuel system and related sensors? After reading comments this really should be a recall. I really didn't want to do this but my mechanic was moving to a new.
Should have the dealer service department check for you. Seat the junction block to the bracket harness will now be under the junction block. The repairs were made but the failure persisted. This continued to happen until I took it to the shop. The check engine, electronic stability control, check suspension, and traction control warning lights illuminated. I believe that there is a defect in the airbag system but my vehicle does not appear to have a recall as of now. Dec 25, 2015 P0496 is not alisted code.
In addition, the contact mentioned that while at a traffic light with the brakes engaged, the vehicle accelerated independently without warning. I am worried that it is going to die in an intersection, since it has a hard time coming out of an idle with any power. I hope this help to try diagnostic your vehicle. Everything appeared to be normal for about a month, but then real problems began to happen. The vehicle was taken to a dealer where the technician diagnosed an unknown plug was loose under the passengers seat. The first adverse occurrence happened when I was driving at a steady speed, going straight, at approximately 25 mph.
Posted on Sep 14, 2014 www. I have called many mechanics around town and they said it is unheard of to have to replace an engine with only 111K miles on it. If the light does not come on, have the vehicle serviced at our New Smyrna Chevy dealership. The contact stated that when driving at various speeds, the doors would lock and unlock independently with the illumination of the service air bag warning light. Chevy says this is normal and denies there is a problem but this is far from normal. If damage is found, repair the wiring. So I did that and the lights and issues went away for now.
The car still runs rough and the lights still come on whenever I have to idle, intersections, etc. Most of the time, it happens exclusively on the 2007 model year Suburban. The vehicle was taken to the dealer three times for repairs but to no avail. More than likely a bad plug or plug wire. If you notice the light is on and flashing, then the system is actively working. We thought this fix would have resolved our oil issue. There have been fixes by Chevy but none seem to work.
The contact stated that the stabilitrack warning light continued to illuminate on the instrument panel. The failure mileage was 20,000 and the current mileage was 24,000. While driving 40 mph, all six side curtain air bags deployed without impact or rollover. I shut off the Suburban and went to look under the hood. But with a little detective work, it appears that you can fix them for good.
Not sure why that would affect the stabilitrak. The vehicle was not repaired. I also experienced a loss in power with this vehicle while on the highway. If this happened at highway speeds the vehicle would probably overturn. And typically, the problem proves difficult to figure out. Hopefully it won't be a costly repair, but is something that defineatly needs to be corrected soon.
I have made several calls and still no fix for the problem. The failure mileage was 31,637. The failure mileage was 36,000. I concur that this problem should be recalled, as it poses great danger on the road. Not sure if the two are related or if this is coincidence. Above the shock tower on the back side where it is impossible to see, there is a connection that controls all of this and is very easy to unplug but not so easy to plug. The manufacturer was not made aware of the issue.