reset warning lights in 2010 HHR

Asked by Jun 03, 2016 at 06:07 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet HHR LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just had my 2010 HHR  in the shop for an oil leak, and front end issues.
They replaced the front and rear seals, and the struts were replaced. I still
have warning lights on..the check engine light, and the Serv Traction
control...how do I reset them, not sure why they didn't

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I say not a real shop! Step 1. plug in and scan. step 2. inform client of potential issues, even if your"re only checking tire PSI standard operational procedure at a real shop. you need to have the DTC codes read and corrected. I suggest calling around find a quality shop... The most basics tip I can give is the place SPOTLESS and well ORGANIZED..The best of service facilities I'm In ALWAYS ARE! that doesn't mean the costs are crazy, it means the OWNER and Techs are worthy, Regards

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