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When key is turned on gages blink - 2001 Pontiac Aztek

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  • davisbently Jul 30, 2010

    it is possible and i will try

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Hi! Before going on the technical fix please try this. Open the hood and remove the battery connectors then leave it for atleast an hour. This should reset the system and may resolve the problem. Please write back on the progress. THanks!

Posted on Jul 30, 2010

  • davisbently Jul 30, 2010

    ill try that but would it be the ignition have anything to do with it? If I play with the ket and jiggle it i can get it to register sometimes.

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