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WTF GMC, as I'm sitting here in a parking lot waiting for a tow truck I googled this problem. My GMC Sierra with 331 miles on it shows "service ESC" , and service power steering, drive with care. Meanwhile the steering wheel doesn't move at all. Again WTF?

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On 11/12/2018 at 4:30 PM, todd777 said:

Dealer called and said they are replacing the master cylinder...

How much do you pay for it? 

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I have had the issue several times on my 2019 Siverado 1500. A took a photo, attached. Dealer says they can not duplicate. As you can see from pic, the truck is in reverse and the back up cam is not on. After several attempts to restart and clear, I pressed the the traction control switch with truck key in accessory position and it cleared. Dealer still can not duplicate. 

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55 minutes ago, Thunder41 said:

I have had the issue several times on my 2019 Siverado 1500. A took a photo, attached. Dealer says they can not duplicate. As you can see from pic, the truck is in reverse and the back up cam is not on. After several attempts to restart and clear, I pressed the the traction control switch with truck key in accessory position and it cleared. Dealer still can not duplicate. 

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Update: I just had this happen while at dealer getting an oil change. I will post there solution, if they have one.

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I had very similiar problem happen on my 2019 GMC Sierra with 7000 miles. I had parked and when I returned  I found the messages where I had lost most all braking, power stearing and had a dash full of lights telling me all sorts of warnings. I drove it about a mile and parked it and turned it off and back on and the problem continued. I turned it back off the second time and waited about 30 seconds and then heard a "clunking" noise under the dash/hood like a realy etc. had dropped out and it has been fine ever since. That was about 3000 miles ago. When I took it to the dealer for the initial 7000 oil change they found four recalls one of which I think had to do with this problem. The recall was 14121 (# N192210460) eBoost Control Module Software False Detection with DTC Associated - Reprogrammed BSCM per Recall. The three other recalls had to do with the navigation map and trailering lighting. Now the transmission is jerking and slipping and I understand there is a class action lawsuit ongoing about people having similiar transmission problems unfortunately. I have less than 9000 miles on the new truck.

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Just had my first issue with my 2019 Silverado at just under 5,000 miles. Same "Service Power Steering / Drive With Care" and "Service ESC" that many of you have reported, but luckily, I had no brake issues or alerts. After power cycling 4 times, I had to drive 10 miles home without power steering, which i hadn't done in years! Finally I got home, and let it sit for a few minutes. Out of curiosity, I started it up again, and found no alerts or issues. Seems to be fine now but I'll call the dealer in the morning so they can check for errors and computer updates.

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