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Username Post: 2012 Silverado bad grounds locations.        (Topic#353315)
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10-05-18 08:24 PM - Post#2747950    

I’ve had a problem for the past 2 months which my traction control and Stabilitrack turning off automatically, with the service messages rolling in by the score. The culprit is the grounds in the dash. To get to them you pull the plastic off both pillars by the dash,10mm socket, 7mm socket, lift up the dashboard by the vents (if yours is not destroyed already). The dashboard is held on by clips that pop out (or just hang there if the dash is already cracking), un twist the sensor out of the dash board. There are 2 grounding lugs that may have plastic caught in between the grounding eyes and the stud, they are at each corner of the windshield. Un screw the nut (10mm), and clean all the plastic from the contacting surfaces. Put it all back together the same way you took it apart.

2012 silverado, bone stock.
1997 Suburban k2500, under construction.

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10-23-18 06:44 PM - Post#2749377    
    In response to Hohnsz71

Good to know. Thanks.
Did it resolve all of your issues?

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