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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: holden barina 2003
it means its due for service. If u wanna get rid of it without servicing the vehicle then as you start the car simultaneously push the ODOMETER reset button on the dash and it will wipe it. This will however just delay the point your car needs servicing.
Posted on Jun 28, 2008
I dont know if holden barina uses the same stereo as a US GM vehicle, but if it is a delco stereo (same as US models) then any gm dealer can retrieve the scrambled code and call their automated system to get the unscrambled unlock code. Just make sure if they do this for you to have them disable the theftlock system. With theftlock disabled a dead battery will not cause you any further problem. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
SOURCE: ECU error code
If the car has a OBDII diagnostic port, sorry, there is no paper-clip jumper trick to flash the Check Engine light, or something like that.
If you want to be able to check it yourself, you'll need to get an OBDII reader. I'm assuming by the name of the vehicle that you are located in Australia, and that car markets are different than here in the USA, but I think you can still get access to these tools. In the States, we can pick one up and the local NAPA store for $80-200. Now, you may not be a mechanic, and need one of these day-to-day, but wouldn't it be nice to know what that code means before you take it to the shop? :)
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
There should be a cable that runs from the back of your speedometer to the transmission. If you look on the engines side of the firewall you should be able to track it....it is one of very few cables that run into the transmission. NOTE: its a little thicker than most. At the transmission there will be a fastener of some sort holding it in. Unscrew it and check the end of the cable. If all seems well try attaching a drill to that end and have a buddy look at the gage to see if it shows speed when the drill is running ...if not then its either broken in the middle somewhere or came unhooked from behind the guage....if it does show speed then it was either not seated correctly to the transmission or the plastic tip (looks like plastic gear) on the transmission side of the cable it worn down too far. That tip is interchangeable for if you get bigger/smaller tires.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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