I replaced clutch pedal assembly, now i have no brake lights, blower, blinkers, wipers, dome light...
I replaced my clutch pedal assembly. After putting everything back together, I reconnected the battery and have no brake lights, dome lights, turn signals, door chimes, wipers, blower. I also now have an ABS light, brake light, and anti theft light. I found a lone blue wire hanging with what appears to be a single blade female connector. it was bundled closely to the clutch safety switch wire bundle...
So I take it you didn't use the saver tool. So now you need to take it to the dealer and have the system reflashed to your vehicles VIN. There should be a warning in the owners manual about this under battery replacement. When the vehicle looses battery power completely for more than just a few minutes the BCM looses memory of the equipment installed on your vehicle and can only be restored at a GM dealer. There is a tool that everyone should have in their tool box. See pic. It just plugs in the power port, I just purchased a fancier one that plugs directly into the OBD2 port. HTH
never heard of such a thing!!! FML! thanks..
Welcome to the age of computers.
See they are trying everyway they can think of to take more money from you cause you are trying to save some by working on it yourself. They think if we make it hard enough they will quit trying and bring it back in for work. If the car manufactures had their way you would not even be able to open the hood without a special key or code that only the dealers would have, it is only independent shops and parts suppliers that keep them from copyrighting everything about your car, and then make it illegal to even work on it.
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