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Given the limited information, here is something to try. Do you have another key you can try?, this will tell me if the key or the cylinder is causing the problem.
Once you have checked the bulbs to be the correct ones, check the turn signal switch.
I'd like to help you with your vehicle's problem. Would you take a look at the vehicle ID number and let me know what number or letter is in the 8th position? This will tell me which engine you have in the vehicle. There are three choices, V6 code 2, v6 code 4 and v8 code C I'll take it from there once I get that
It sounds to me you keep having the light reset, but I didn't read in your question anything that leads me to believe corrective action or diagnosis has taken place. If you would, could you post the question again with a code number included? That would put me in the proper path to help you solve your puzzle. Respectfully,
I'd like to answer this one but, I need tons more information. What I'd like to know is: When you turn to the right? is power assist okay? If that's the case, then the rack and pinion would be the most likely suspect, if not?, it could be the power steering pump, lack of fluid or a plugged pressure releif valve. As for the stalling, How often does it do it? is it mostly cold or warm? is it influenced by speed? will it quit just idling? When it stalled at 55 mph, did it restart okay? Can you also give me some preliminary information such as miliage and engine on the vehicle. And last but not least, has the infamous "check engine light" come on at all? if it has, it would be of great help just to know what circuit the fault took play. As you can see, the more info we get, the more we can narrow the possibilities.
The blower motor on those vehicles comes as a modular assembly, it incorporates the control module (built into motor assembly) which controls blower speeds. They have a lot of problems with these units.
Yes! The stabilitrak system in your vehicle is designed to help you in the event of a panic situation. Wether it be braking, turning or possibly a sudden lane change. When weather, a hazard on the road or poor driver steering input causes the vehicle to loose it's proper attitude, the system takes over and bails you out. If you don't find yourself in one of those situations, then you don't need it. But it sure would be nice to have it if you did.