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Service Ride Control has come on

I have a 2004 Yukon and the 'Service Ride Control' light has come on -- I've done what the manual states but it still is on -- what is the suspension system and what would need to be serviced?

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  • denali man Nov 11, 2008

    yes i too have the same problem and don't know where to start?i don't want to spend a fortune to fix if its not needed.pls help

  • jeruches Dec 25, 2008

    the service ride control light comes on and it will not go away please help!

  • cosmocowboy Jan 28, 2009

    Is it dangerous to drive a 2003 Yukon XL with a "Service Ride Control" light on?

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The vehicle needs to be put on a scanner and checked. This system is too complex to check once you have checked the fuses are replaced or OK. Do your best to make a friend at the dealership and see if a tech is willing to give it a quick scan. The trouble codes will then point you to the problem. Only a dealer scanner will work. With the trouble code / problem diagnosis (i.e.C0660 exhaust valve circuit malfunction) we can help further.

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