what does it mean when my warning light comes on in my 2006 eqinox

Asked by Jan 15, 2015 at 04:43 PM about the Chevrolet Equinox

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my warning light in my 2006 equinox comes on evry now and then blinks for a few
seconds then disappears. is that an indication something major is going on in the motor or
transaxle (front wheel drive car) that needs work done or is it a part i can replace that'll
turn the light off?

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You would need to get the computer scanned for a code before you would know what the light is on for. Usually you can go to auto zone or advance auto or another parts store and they will scan it for free. Or the dealer usually charges around $60. Once you get the. Code then it'll be easier to determine the cause of the problem

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