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You may want to check you owners manual and see what causes this light to come on. Some vehicles are equipped with a service light that comes on to remind you that it is time to change the oil. If this is the case, the manual should tell you how to reset the light if you have recently serviced the vehicle. Otherwise, you may have a faulty low oil level sensor that needs to be replaced.
1.try checking the clearance in the spark plug if you have insufficient or more clearance you wont get spark check this.
2.check the wire coming to the spark plug.if power is not coming to spark plug there wil be discontinuity in the wire try replace it.
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Your Maintnance Light is blinking because your vehicle is nearing its recommended oil change interval.
The Light blinks when you reach 4,500 miles, and will come on, and remain on steady, after 5,000 miles,
If you had your oil changed recently, your light was not reset. Changing the oil does not reset the light. It must be manually reset, via a button on the dash; this procedure is explained in your owner's manual
This is a warning from the computer to let you know that one or more of the many sensors monitoring the systems in the vehicle has a problem. With the light on, take it to Auto Zone, NAPA or Schucks to have them attach their code reader to determine what the problem actually is. They will usually offer this service for free as they want you to purchase the needed parts from them to fix the problem if you do the work yourself. If not your mechanic can resolve the issue. Many times the problem is simply an O2 sensor needs replaced. Good luck to you
go to auto zone and ask them to check it with OBD 1. also , be very careful about touching any electrical connections in and around airbags (serious injuries can occur). R U the original owner ?? mybe some else disconnected the wires or could be a chop shop special ( as well as other wiring issues) otherwise take it to chev. dealer.