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Stability system disabled

I left my vehicle running in the driveway on a hill and it was low on fuel, when i came out the vehicle was off and the stability sys disabled message is being displayed and the truck won't start. How do i enable the system, the button doeas not seem to work

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Disconnect ground battery cable for 10 minutes( this resets the ECM ) then try to start the vehicle.

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Run car to empty, and keep driving, ...select non busy roads, be aware that cornering and going up hill can cause you to run out of fuel....

My bet is that if you run on fairly level ground that your little light comes on before you run out....

You can also allow some fuel to be pumped out of your fuel system, to run fuel lower, in the driveway, but it lacks the intrigue of the prior method.

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