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Car won’t start svs message and dash cluster possessed.

Discussion in 'VZ Holden Commodore (2004 - 2006)' started by Mick06 svz, May 16, 2018 at 8:37 PM.

  1. Mick06 svz

    Mick06 svz Member

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    G’day folks.

    Would anyone have an idea what’s going here, I’ve recently got a service vehicle soon (svs) message and car doesn’t crank, just immediately shuts down. back lights in instruments cluster goes on and off randomly and now the dash is going haywire with instruments (needles) fluctuating while ignition is on and sometimes while completely switched off.

    Anyone got some pointers on where I should be looking to fix this. Got a feeling it’s a failing earth but just curious if anyone has had this similar issue. Motor: LEO alloytec.

    Thanks.
     
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    Has it got the “fuel gauge error” coming up?
     
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    Nah I don’t think so mate, I did notice at one point some very fine print numbers come up like a serial number of some sort, don’t know what that’s about.
     
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    Ok. I just got my computers back from injectronics as I had issues with “no start” and SVS but min was accompanied by the fuel gauge error.

    Not sure if yours will be an ecu problem, scan tool would be the best way to see what’s going on.
     

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