So I go back in the dealership, this time the manager and the mechanic comes out to look at my truck. Went to make a left hand turn and the light went out. For example, most of us know that when we see the little indicator that looks like a gas pump, we need to stop and refuel. This gauge flip-flops more than a politician during election season. If the fluid is low pour more oil in. I allege that the fuel tank level sensor is defective and could result in a subject vehicle running out of fuel, stall, and being rear ended by another vehicle.
If so you have found your problem. Went to leave work to head home and the check engine light was back on. The most likely cause is that your fuel pump is failing. Update from Apr 25, 2017 : Check engine light comes on when idle. I was pretty nervous for that stretch.
The contacts on the fuel level sensor may wear prematurely. Unfortunately we do not have access to the full versions. It is most likely the problem will get worse as the pump will eventually have problems sending fuel to the engine. My plates are due for renewal in July and the truck won't pass emissions if the Check engine light comes on. I don't know if there is a better way but I have always just removed the brake fluid cap and used pliers very gently so not score the caliper and push it back in. When it sticks, it causes the car to shake when slowing down and will snub out the engine if you come to a stop.
You may want to check their website out for your Chevrolet aftermarket parts. Scanner said it was the 2 coil. They both have 15016745 part number on them and the low beam relay is in position 46. Jaybird4476 answered 5 years ago Thank you! Make sure not to contaminate the brake fluid when removing the cap and make sure to replace the cap when done. The only symbol that appears on the gauge cluster denotes that the oil life management system has calculated that it is time to change the engine oil… At the base of the brake pedal you will see the brake light switch. I have had nothing but problems since the day that I bought it.
I will go back to Mazda. Technician can check Service Information for some accessories. Warning lights are on all the time. It will be taken to the dealer tomorrow. The truck has a standard that automatically cuts on the oil light either when the oil is low or you have driving a certain distant and not had an oil change. Light still comes on, scanner says the same. .
As a result it will crank you gas mileage down to about 9 - 10 miles a gallon. While driving 50 mph, the contact heard a loud banging noise coming from the rear of the vehicle. There are two such relays in the under hood fuse box. I drove the truck for about an month and the same thing happen again. If the light stays on see your dealer as soon as possible for diagnosis and repair. I have already replaced the secondary air injection pump in 2012 and have to do so again because of your poor design!!!! Technician should drive the vehicle to duplicate the concern. If I knew this before my purchase I would have never gotten the vehicle.
Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. To add insult to injury the pump is located in the fuel tank which has to be drained of all fuel before the straps are removed and the tank dropped. Some of the other warning lights are less easy to decipher, and thankfully less common to see. Chevy knows about it but no recalls or apologies have ever been given. I will not be able to pass the emissions test in May.
I also allege that the rear center brake light cover assembly located above the rear hatch on these vehicles routinely fails resulting in the assembly falling off of the truck and would cause damage to another vehicle driving behind the Trailblazer. Exchanged the 2 coil with the 3 coil, same thing and the scanner still says 2 coil. Like maybe a Ford or a Dodge. Technician should compare the concern with a like vehicle. The high end is from the dealers themselves. The vehicle has not been repaired. I'm just praying that it didn't break down on me on the highway.
If you read your owners manual all the warning lights are explained in detail. It might indicate worn brake pads, low brake fluid, or something more critical. I said, I'm I supposed to be see wires like this, because I never seen them in all the year's I've had this truck. Swapped the 2 rear speed sensors from side to side. The manufacturer would not provide compensation because the failure was not covered under warranty. Technician may find Diagnostic Trouble Code P0442. A couple days later the light came on again.