I spent 20 minutes trying to diagnose the issue but came up empty.
We were able to kill the vehicle by disconnecting a fuse, but when I re-start it the issue is still there.
I do have an aftermarket remote-start, but after a few hours of diagnosis and a conversation with the guy who installed it, both the dealership and my guy who installed the remote start are confident that is not the issue.
The guys at the service department at my local dealership are stumped. And they want to charge me $300-$400 more to call the GM engineers to try to continue the diagnosis.
Given that my truck isn't worth much more than $5k or $6k, I am reluctant to continue on a wild goose chase at $100/hour
Have you ever seen this? I would greatly appreciate insight on how to fix this issue in a cost affective manner. Thank you!
have the same problem?
Tuesday, October 9th, 2012 AT 9:20 PM