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What should i do about this code.......

This is a discussion on What should i do about this code....... within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; I have a 2002 WS6. Recently my service vehicle light came on. Not the service engine soon light (SES) but ...

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    What should i do about this code.......

    I have a 2002 WS6. Recently my service vehicle light came on. Not the service engine soon light (SES) but my service vehicle light. I had someone hook up a computer to it and it gave me a code that said one of my MIL Eliminator sensors went bad. Thus the reason for my service vehicle light coming on. I wanted to know some opinions from you guys. Should i have someone just delete the MIL eliminator code so the light wont come on anymore or should i buy a new Mil eliminator sensor to replace the one that went bad. If i should buy a new one does anyone know where i can find one for a 2002 LS1. Thanks

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    Please if anyone can give me some information on what i should do that would be very helpful. My Mil eliminator sensor went bad. Should i replace the sensor or just have the code deleted

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    I'm confused, by MIL eliminator sensor sounds like you mean an 02 simulator? That should throw the SES light since it's a "P" code (like P0420, P0137 for example). Service vehicle light codes are different and usually related to the BCM. What was the code? Just for the heck of it I'd start the car and do a quick check of all lights for any being out, especially the DRL's and brake lights. Might be something simple.

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    Agreed, please get the exact code(s)

    MIL means Malfunction Indicator Lamp or, in better terms, the SES.

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