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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sounds like your alternator. if you have a multimeter then turn on your car and turn your headlights on/ac and heater fan on high/wipers on and blinkers on. once they are all on hook the meter to the battery and if it reads less then 14 volts then the alt is bad. or you can just take it to a shop and have it tested.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Maintenance Required Lamp/Indicator: Service and Repair
SERVICE VEHICLE SOON INDICATOR
If this light is on, it indicates a problem in one of the electronically monitored systems (a non-emissions related powertrain malfunction). This light
does NOT come on at certain mileage intervals.
There is probably a Engine Control Module (ECM) or a Body Control Module (BCM) Code set that will aid you in diagnosis.
The only way to get the light to go off is to clear the ECM or BCM code(s).
This light can NOT be reset or shut off any other way.
ECM/BCM codes should be read & repaired before clearing them
To clear ECM and BCM codes you need an OBDII capable scan tool. One can bu purchased for around $20 online.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
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