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I can't seem to find any info on what I'm looking for..
he does all his own service and it seems it's based on mileage..
he doesn't have a pc and I thought I'd see if there was any info out there on this..
all of my searches only come up with check engine stuff.. can't find anything and i really don't want to join another web forum just to ask one question..
anyone? figure it would be worth a shot
My google search has led me to believe the the Service Engine Soon (SES) light is indeed a "check engine light"... I know on my previous Mitsubishi vehicles, it had a "Service Engine Soon" light which has identical function to that of a traditional "check engine" light...
Try hooking up a OBD2 scanner to it and see if you come up with any codes...
Turn key on do not start. Then push the gas pedal all the way to the floor 3 times being sure to let all the way off each time. Then turn key off and then start the truck.
No way that resets the service indicator. And on the older chevy's the sevice engine soon was also he light for potential current code in the system. You try just calling the dealer? When i first bought my yota and did the oil change I just called the dealer and they told me what to do.
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