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    Re: Dashboard Electrical Gremlins

    Quote Originally Posted by biggamehuntertoo View Post
    It sounds like a oil/oil change problem.In the future try changing your oil more often, and use high quality oil. I have seen this a lot in other car lines.

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    That's exactly what it was, the oil change.


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    GM has a big issue with their vvt solenoid screens clogging and causing similar issues. Glad you got it worked out. Can't stress enough the importance of stringent and regular preventative maintenance.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShiftHappensLTi View Post
    GM has a big issue with their vvt solenoid screens clogging and causing similar issues. Glad you got it worked out. Can't stress enough the importance of stringent and regular preventative maintenance.


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    I'm a hypocrite. It was my wife's car. I wrongfully trusted that the weekly fuel up had the fluids checked and optimized. It was a rude awakening to say the least. I hope others can learn from my tribulations...


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    Indeed, the most correct decision was to make a diagnosis, as a rule, this is the surest way to detect a problem. Still, sometimes this doesn't even help, and it was like this for my car. I had problems with lights, they would just turn off in the middle of me driving, and it would make me go nuts. The mechanics that were supposed to fix it had no idea what was going on, and I had to turn to electricians. I went to electrician charlotte nc, and that guy immediately knew what the problem was. Everything was fixed in less than an hour, and it was working great.

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