There was post back in July 03 about this message on the Driver Information
Center (the DIC) of the 03 Sierra. I'm wondering if the owner ever found out
Mine did this two days ago for the entire ride home after work and the
indicator lights on the 2wd/auto/4wd buttons were out as well. I called the
dealer and made an appt to have this checked. The next morning there was no
problem, however lastnight as I pulled up to a stoplight, I noticed the
seatbelt warning light came on, and the DIC said to "Service AirBag".
So has anyone else experienced any electrical gremlins with these halftons?
I also had 'ghost locks' once too.
wow, took u til now for it to happen...u must have bought a year old
now that there is a fix it is a simple fix..a "motor" in the transfer case
is shorting out and causing the computer to need reprogrammng...solution is
the motor or chip as it really is need to be replaced...most of us had it
last year around this time
the short term solution is shut off the vehicle.. remove the key and in
2 -10 minutes the computer resets all these nonsense idiocies,,,long term
First time I've seen it happen. I bought the truck in May of last year, and
it has 15,000 kilometres on the clock. This is a light duty 1500 series with
Thanks for the info regarding the transfer case motor, I'll make sure I
mention this to the service tech at the dealer on Tuesday. I'm not sure of
why the 'Service Airbag' came on, but that's for them to figure out I guess.
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