Question about 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD
I have a Citroen Berlingo. The mileometer and trip meter have set themselves to zero overnight. When I got to my car this morning the STOP warning light was flashing. How can these things go to zero on their own?
I went to take my car to the garage Today (Thursday) but this problem had completely disappeard on its own. They reckon water had leaked onto the ECU at the back of the battery, it is in a stupid place for this right where the bonnet closes et. Luckily my mechnics are of the "old school" and sorted my problem. It had rained heavily on Tuesday night which is when the problem started. Thursday was a nice sunny day and had most likely dried everything up. They made me a cover out of a plastic screenwash bottle to go over the ECU to stop water getting in in future. Will just wait now til next time it rains.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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