Auto Service Professional

DEC 2018

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D e c e m b e r 2 018 A SP 21 BUILT TO STOP AND MOVE. T H E R E ' S Q U A L I T Y , A N D T H E N T H E R E ' S C E N T R I C Q U A L I T Y . Centric redefines quality in the most comprehensive line of friction, rotors, calipers, axle packs, kits and accessories available. Get your brake business moving at CentricParts.com or 626.961.5775 . ignition key cylinder door sticking in the up po- sition. When this happens, it will disable the key- less remote start and the door lock functions. A chime sounds when the key is out of the ignition and the driver door is open. e cause was a sticking ignition key cylinder door on the plunger to the micro switch. We used a Lubriplate-type of lubrication spray to lubricate the ignition key cylinder door. Insert the tip of the key in and out to verify that the door of the cylinder is not sticking. Harvey Weinstadt Rogue Valley Service INTERMITTENT NO-CRANK If you encounter a 2010-2011 Chevy Equinox or GMC Terrain or 2011 Cadillac SRX, where the owner describes an intermittent no-crank concern, the problem may involve the Circuit 6 purple wire going to the starter solenoid not be- ing fully seated, or because of excess plastic flash- ing on the male terminal of the starter solenoid terminal. Check the purple wire circuit 6 at the starter solenoid to make sure the connector is fully seated and locked into place. If the connector is fully seated, disconnect the starter solenoid Circle 108 on Reader Service Card

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