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My 2005 chevy Silverado1500 has a service brake system service airbag and service charging system message coming on. I've already put a brand new battery got the alternator tested is fine and check the brake fluid level and it's fine

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The fault messages will probably need to be switched off using diagnostic equipment.

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The service and repair manual will provide step by step help to locate and fix the problem easily and you will get the manual from the given link Home Toolsnyou https://toolsnyou.com

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Do you have gauges on this car also?
If so, you may have a problem with what is called a "current shunt" resistor. This will prevent the car from recharging the battery....accordianman

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2001 hyundai elantra brake light and battery light both on

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SOURCE: DEAD BATTERY

should be something simple like a loose ground or a hot wire touching somewhere that is causing the battery to drain down

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SOURCE: my battery keeps draining, already checked my

do you leave anything plugged into the cigarette lighter over night?

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The charging system on your vehicle is computer controlled . GM calls it smart charging system . Running diagnostic check on all the modules on the vehicle may shed some light on the problem . Need a professional or factory scan tool to do this . The instrument cluster turns on the battery light when told by the BCM - body control module . A lot of complex electronic involved here , class 2 serial data communication network , modules sharing info on this network . It's hard to under stand whats happening when you don't know how all works .
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It's either something to do with when we hook up the lights to the trailer or it might be from where we installed a new car stereo.
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I really don't understand why they would change this module if your message stated,Ride control,
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