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Old 03-31-2011, 05:38 PM   #15
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Better than pulling the fuse each time, add a switch to the fuse circuit.
I ran the wires outside the doorpost to the cabin and laid the fuse in the glove box. When you tuck them down into the fender you can't even see them.
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I don't worry about them. They will go off after you cycle the ignition key a few times in normal driving. If it bothers you, turn the ignition on for a few seconds, then off again. Repeat several times and the lights should clear. I don't think you have to actually start the car each time - just cycle the key.

My Acadia gets the error lights seemingly at random. Might happen every tow day for awhile, then not again for weeks. As i recall there was a GM TSB about the false Stabiltrack warning - said the BCM was merely confused and the condition would soon clear if it did not re-occur when driven.
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