Question about 2005 GMC Sierra
It sounds like maybe a sensor has been left unplugged, but to be fair any engine work can make them come on, it might be worth running it for 500 or so miles see if it goes off, if not you may have to get it on the daignostic machine. I wouldnt worry about it though modern cars are just made to tempt us into paying the dealer.
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