The traction control warning light illuminated. The vehicle stalled and was able to be restarted. The failure mileage was 93,683. Then the steering wheel locked. All sound systems now have an auxiliary input jack for other sources such as iPods. Over time the bulbs can become worn out and stop working. Speedometer gets stuck at various places does not move while driving.
These could be anything from emission control problems or even just a glitch in the system. The failure occurred on numerous occasions. I feel that is a security problem with my safety. . Which is also when I first noticed the engine power reduced indicator. The contact stated that while driving at various speeds, the warning messages for power loss, service traction control, and service air bags were displayed across the message board.
Also the fuel gauge has stopped working and has ran out of fuel in major traffic. The contact also noticed the multifuntion window switch would not operate any of the windows when the exterior lighting was not operating. Returns to normal function in city or short haul driving. The failure mileage was 65,000. While turning the vehicle, it made a loud grinding noise as if the traction were unstable. The technician diagnosed that the throttle and accelerator pedal needed to be replaced.
Gauge has been alternating between full and completely empty for a month. Sometimes it will come on at start up. Why is there not a recall?. The contact stated that the air bag warning light remained illuminated. The check engine warning light did illuminate. The approximate failure mileage was 52,000. Speedometer sticks and indicates 65 mph when vehicle is stopped.
The approximate failure mileage was 112,000. What could be the problem? The vehicle was not diagnosed nor repaired. Problem began 4 months ago. At least you would know the actual codes in the system, which would be a starting point. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. Dealer says the seat belt needs to be replaced due to a bad sensor in it.
When these switches go bad, it is not sending the proper amount of voltage to power up the circuits, so the dash lights go out. Gauges fail when passenger airbag turns off. The approximate failure mileage was 5,000. If all of your fuses check out and your parking lights only work when in auto mode, then it may be possible that the problem is with the headlight switch itself. After this many complaints chevy needs to fix this problem. The Impala is a large-size front-wheel drive sedan that comes in four different models ranging from simple to sporty.
Turned on flashers and coasted into parking lot. Diagnosis needs a starting place, and in your case it needs to be done by retrieving the codes from the computer. Additionally, the headlights would not illuminate when the contact turned the exterior switch to the on position. Check engine light and comes on then the battery light and brake light comes on then all of them go off. This is not a problem that I have had go out on any car and it is very odd that the same manufacturer is having the same problems with other vehicles.
Tachometer randomly indicates rpms varying from 0 to more than 8000. The contact restarted the vehicle, but the failure recurred multiple times. Thank goodness I wasn't passing and did not have my children in the car! Several of the computers may have codes that are the same or at least related to one common problem. If the switch is good, then it may be possible that the issue is wiring related, perhaps bad or worn wiring is cutting off power to the lights. The approximate failure mileage was 102,000. Sometimes at 0mph the gauge will be stuck at prior speed.
If the respective computers are not getting or seeing the proper voltage, they will turn on their warning lights. I would test the switch to see if it is functioning properly, as a faulty switch may cut off power to the lights. I was told they see this problem a lot on this model. Gauges fail when passenger airbag turns off. The dealer ship want to charge 600. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired.