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CarGurusFeb 3, 2014 - SECURITY SYSTEM LIGHT COMES ON - CAR TURNS OVER WON[T START ... Insert the ignition key into the driver door lock. ... When I start my car 3 keys programmed pops up on my dashboard what does that mean.
CarGurusFeb 23, 2011 - Why does the anti theft system keep tripping on my 03 malibu - Every other day my anti-theft system goes off in my car then I have to reset it. It's not ha... ...it needs a pass lock sensor/ ignition lock cylinder. 10 out of 10 people think ... Wait 10 minutes until the light stops flashing, then start. Repairs could run ...
It's the International symbol for either the Rear Defroster...the electric grid lines going through your back glass, in which you can find the rear defroster button and push it off. Most only stay on for 20 minutes when driving since it pulls a lot of amperage, so look at your owners manual for any type of defroster switches you may have,. Without a picture, it's difficult to ascertain as to where this light is on your Instrument Cluster.
I've done this and it's not too hard but there are a several hidden fastenings.
Start by taking the black plastic triangular trim panel off the upper forward portion of the door. I'm talking front doors. I've never done back but probly very similar. To remove trim panel push lower ft corner rearward to disengage hidden tab. push lwr rear corner forward to disengage hidden tab. pull inward to disengage top. Next take screw out of from behind door handle. Lift out door handle bezel. Release tabs that hold door lock switch asbly. Lift out switch and disconnect from harness. Next take off window crank. Peek btw crank and inner panel. Theres a U shaped hair pin that secures the crank to the shaft it sits on. Find the top of the hair pin and pull it sideways out of the shaft/crank junction. Next is pwr window switch. Use flat blade tool to lift out switch and disconnect connector. Next pry out door handle plug. There are two screws hidden under this dress plate plug. Last is to pry the door panel off the inside of the door. There are about six plastic plug fasteners in the inner panel that plug into holes in the door. Start at the bottom rear corner with wood shim or plastic puddy knife and gently pry the fasteners out of the door. Not fun but can be done!
your antifreeze is low . check you overflow container if its where it should be add a little anyway and see if the problem goes away if so the sensor is bad . another way is find the sensor and unplug it and see if the problem goes away . if its bad i would fix it if i where you its a handy little light to have