Question about 2005 Chevrolet Equinox
When I normally start my equinox the daytime running light used-to appear on the dashboard but for some reason it started to come on and then flash 3to4 times and went off. After a few times the light never came back on and never flashed anymore. I decided to change the relay and when I started the truck again the same thing append the light on the dash came on started to flash and went off and never came back on anymore.And my daytime lights are not working.Can somebody help me to fix that problem.
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
There is a recall on drl on canadian equinox ,torrent, and saturn vue dealer will replace recall number is 08050
Posted on Apr 27, 2009
While it is running in park, set your emergency brake then disengage it 3 times, this should clear it up. I ran into this on a Saturn and whether it was the sensor in the parking brake or perhaps it had been on just a notch but not enough to make the brake light on the dash board come on I am not sure, but this fixed it.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
It's a signal that tells you the low-beam headlight bulb has burnt-out....the green headlight logo only works when both low-beam bulbs are good when the key in ignition is turned 'on'.
When you plan to replace the burnt-out bulb, here's how:
IF it's the headlight's light bulb you want to access to pull out old bulb and install new bulb, here it is:
You know where the 3 bolts that secure the headlight body on the frame, also pull out the 4 black plastic clips that holds the grille-it's located on the top grille brackets (it's close to the top radiator area)
When you pull out the clips, gently pull the grille away from the top frame, then pull the headlight body away carefully to allow your hand to gain access behind the grille/headlamp body, find the wire that connects to the headlight bulb, use your fingers to feel the plastic 'collar ring' around the socket and twist it counterclockwise (just like unscrewing a lid off the jar) and pull the socket out with the bulb.
This space is tight for your fingers so it takes patient to get the job done.
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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