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#37 of 46 Problem Signal Lights
Mar 07, 2010 (10:27 pm)
I have a 2004 Suburban. Hazard and and signals work fine on the car. However when I have a trailer and put the left signal on, both left and right signal blink on the trailer. Right signal works as it should. When I pull the fuse on the right trailer signal light it stops blinking. Problem must be forward of the fuse? Anyone have any suggestions?
#38 of 46 Re: Problem Signal Lights [sledgy]
Mar 08, 2010 (2:10 pm)
Check the left trailer bulb. It's probably a dual filament bulb, and the one filament is broke laying over and touching the other (the filament that is on when the lights are on).
Right bulb would work fine.
Left bulb, when you put on the turn signal, would energize both the left turn filament , and the circuit for both bulbs running lights. Would appear to you the both sides are blinking.....although the right bulb would be blinking 'dimmer' than the left.
#39 of 46 Grinding Sound From Window
Mar 22, 2010 (7:52 am)
I have 2002 Suburban that has a window problem. When I raise and lower the window it grinds as if it has dirt in the track. There is no damage to the glass. It also is slow to raise and sometimes stop on the way up. Time for a new motor and regulator?
#40 of 46 Re: Grinding Sound From Window [skeet1261]
Mar 22, 2010 (11:06 am)
Probably, take the door panel off to investigate further.
#41 of 46 Noise when turning left or right
Mar 29, 2010 (7:37 pm)
I have a 2003 Suburbarn with 4x4. I recently had a 100k service on it where they serviced the transmission and rear end. Everytime that I turned left or right there was a growling noise. Sounded as if 4x4 was engaged. After taking it back on three different occasions they first told me it was the backs. I had the brakes replaced by another dealer. Did not need quite the work that they told me . I then took it back and they told me that they found the noise in the rear end. What they did was change the Fuild in the rear end from 75W90 syn to a 80W90 regular. The noise went away. I am wondering if they put the wrong fuild in to begin with or put the heavier wieght oil to cover the noise and any possible damage that they might have caused? I am debating on whether to change out the fuild myself and put the correct fuild in it just to verfiy or take it too the same dealer that did the brakes and let them do a diagnostic on it? Please advise.
#42 of 46 Re: engine chirping noise [debbu]
Mar 30, 2010 (5:22 am)
#43 of 46 Re: Humming [kiawah]
Apr 25, 2010 (5:04 pm)
I am having the same issue. It started today, right after starting my Suburban, I heard the noise from below me, and shut the engine off. The noise continued, and I located the source, directly beneath the drivers seat under the vehicle..(2002 Suburban)..
So sounds like it's the Air Pump for the Auto leveling suspension?...it just keeps running, and will not shut off. I had to disconnect the battery to shut it off.
Is there something to do to shut it off temporarily (like a fuse?) or does this item need to be replaced?
Thanks for any assistance.
#44 of 46 Re: Humming [kdv1963]
Apr 27, 2010 (5:53 am)
Why don't you unplug the pump?, instead of disconnecting the battery?
#45 of 46 Re: Humming [kiawah]
Apr 27, 2010 (6:11 am)
I felt a slight shock when I first attempted unplugging at the source, so had to disconnect the battery, then the pump.
It turns out to be the ABS module.
thanks for responding.
#46 of 46 Re: Humming [kdv1963]
Apr 27, 2010 (6:15 am)
So the ABS (antilock brake) pump was running continuously, and no error/indicator light?