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I have a 2000 pontiac grand am gt the service vehicle soon light is on had it scaned reading says nothing is wrong what should i do??

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Pontiacs have there two different indicators and as you might have guessed the Engine light has to do with drive train components, fuel system, exhaust sensors etc.

The Vehicle indicator has more to do with body components such as light bulbs, braking systems, traction control etc.
Scannerd the right module to know about this fault code stored there.

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