Question about 2003 GMC Yukon Denali
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This is the same as a check engine light or an ABS light. All three systems have their own computer and the ability to store error codes. Once in a while all you have to do is hit a bump and a code is stored. I'v been driving my 2004 Denali with this situation for over two years. If you don't feel ANY changes in the steering, braking, or the general conditions of driving than you've got nothing to worry about. If you DO feel a change in any of the above, then have the vehicle serviced asap. Thanks, Dana
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
In order to know what the problem is, you need to have the error code(s) read. Try any mechanic... or many auto parts stores will check the codes for free.
From there the codes can be interpreted and a course of action determined.
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
there could be any sort of problem, you will need to have it scanned for codes, these codes will tell you where the problem is, (a sensor or pump etc.), then you can diagnose the problem from there, will need a scan tool to get codes,
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
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