Question about 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer
We shut the car off and started it again and it was fine. Next day they came on after the card was running. Shut it off and restarted and all dash lights came on again. Shut it off and restarted and it was fine. I might asdd it was -20 degrees the first time and aout -13 next time and car had sat outside all day long. Is that something to do with the tumblers in the ignition? Is there a lubricant to spray into the ignition?
This Problem is a Direct cause of the Low Temperatures. When it is - whatever the Relays are getting REALLY slow to Respond and Causing all kinds of Problems.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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