The most common reason for this condition is a faulty ignition switch. It loses contact momentarily while cranking, causing a voltage loss to the security system and starts the 10 minute security timer in the computer. It will not start until the timer runs out. Usually the key has to be left on after a start attempt for the ten minutes. Some cars require 30 minutes.
what does it mean if my brake light is blinking on and off when its pushed down in my 1999 Chevy silverado
Possibly a security system activation light.
It means the security system is armed.
Not enough information regarding why the car won't start but as to he security light; it's always blinking when the engine is off.
a 2003 Chevy silverado taillight bulb uses a 3157
The blinking red light in the dashboard is an indicator that your anti-theft security system is armed and working.
Security system deterrent.
Normally a flashing check engine light means you have a misfire. Do not ignore this as an engine misfire will damage the O2 sensor and the catalytic converter which are very expensive to replace. Have this repaired immediately.
If you mean a low fuel light, then NO.
It should if it is the round body style such as 2001 or 2002.
To let you know the system is armed.
That is normal operation.
Most likely the fuse is blown for the dome light on the Silverado if the light doesn't come on.
Yes, the blinking securtity light will blink when the car is off.
That light indicates the security system is working properly.
A Silverado C1500 is a 2WD light truck, K1500 is a 4WD light truck. Please clarify what you mean about the r and the v as I am unfamiliar with that coding.
no it doesnt
problem with the abs, get it fixed
Yes but, if the light is flashing no.
blinking red light
I don't know ask a machenic!
This is the light for your security system. Shows that it is working.
It sounds like an anti-theft indicator light. The blinking light means that the security system is active and is functioning properly.
The signal light flasher on a 1992 Chevy Silverado is under the dash. It is on the driver's side just above the brake pedal.