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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just had same problem. After ruling out easy checks like parking brake switch, and park shift selector switch, It was a burned out resistor that is located inside the front left fender. Take off the front tire, remove the inner fender liner, the ceramic resistor is towards the front. It crumbled when I removed it, Could only get replacement from dealer for about $65.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
Equinox/Torrent body vehicles have a common ign cylinder problem. The repair is supposed to be to remove the cylinder , clean and coat end with PTE grease. This seldom works. The best way to fix a non turning cylinder is to replace it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
You need to buy a new DRL Resistor, about $85 dealer only of course. It's located on drivers side front wheel well I believe it was towards the front bumper. The part is ceramic, just change it out. Mine did the same exact thing and this will fix it!
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
SOURCE: I have 2007 chevy equinox.
Turn on your headlights and have someone watch them for you. turn the ignition key just as if you are going to start the vehicle. If all the lights stay just as bright throughout this procedure you probably have a vehicle with an ignition system fuse. The fuse may come in the form of fuse in the fuse panel or as a fusible link in the small red cable from the positive battery terminal. If it's in the fuse panel just replace it.(even if it looks okay, it may just be a fifty cent fix) If it's in the cable it then requires a test light and the ability to do a little electrical trouble shooting. It may come in the for of a sealed circuit breaker in the fuse box under the hood. Just check out your owners manual. If you don't have one and you have a parts store close by. You may even be lucky enough to have a parts store that sells Chilton manuals or something like it. If they aren't sealed in plastic you may find the info free by just browsing the pages in the store.
Posted on Jan 04, 2011
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