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Old 03-04-2013, 10:37 PM   #1 (permalink)
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HELP! Service stabilitrak, service traction control, service trailer brake system

Like the title says... here is the story.. I just bought a new 13' 3500HD srw long bed and put 700 miles on it over the weekend. All was good. I went today and bought a new plow mount and installed it as well as my plow harness. During the installation of the mount, I had to start the truck breifly and turn the steering wheel to the right then to the left for the mount install. After wrapping up the outside of the truck, I needed a 12v power wire so I grabbed the same one I always do... See pic. The harness I tie into is the LT DR one, its the driver side door harness connection. Anyway, after this was done, I proceeded to fire up the truck and try to back out of the shop. Once I stepped on the brake and tried to shift into reverse I found that I could not. The shifter would not move. I also do not have brake lights anymore. After playing and tapping the brake while shifting, I was able to get it into gear. I proceeded to try and drive it. The truck had zero power. I had to stomp on the gas pedal and then it finally woke up. This is by far the weirdest issue I have ever had. The truck is home but I am very concerned as I need it to be in working order for tomorrow night as we are expected to get 1' of snow and I need to plow. Anyone have any suggestions???

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problem solved. Took it to the dealer today, the brake pedal sensor (has a fork at the end) was not installed correctly. It was a fluke that the error codes started flying hen they did...

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problem solved. Took it to the dealer today, the brake pedal sensor (has a fork at the end) was not installed correctly. It was a fluke that the error codes started flying hen they did...

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