Long story short as possible, I'll try my best!
I bought a 13 GMC Sierra 1500 a few months ago, love the truck. Pulling out of the dealer the service stabilitrak and traction control light came on. Turn around and they fix it, said it was a bad switch. Barely a 150 miles later its back on, they replace the switch again. Same thing, couple hundred miles later the light is back on, take it to a different dealer, they replace body roll module. 50 miles later the light is back on. This time I file "final attempt to repair" with GM under the lemon law. They instruct me to take it back to the dealer I purchased it from for repair. They say there is a TSB about a connector, they replace it.
So its been a couple weeks and around 500 miles, the light hasn't come back on but I have this feeling deep in my gut that it wasn't repaired, they just manipulated it some how to keep it off. Something with the truck doesn't feel right, I don't know how to explain it. I've learned to listen to these gut feelings because I never get them but when I do they're usually dead on. I've said nothing to my wife about this and kept it to myself.
That brings me to today. My wife drives the truck probably more than I do, she called today and said the "grade braking" light came on. I ask her if she had it on tow mode by accident and she said no. I asked if she was going down a hill when it came on and she said no, it was the road we live off of which is pretty flat. She then went on to tell me that she had a feeling something with the truck just isn't right but she couldn't tell you what, it was just a feeling. So we both feel that way.
So, is there a way to manipulate the light to stay off and whatever the real problem is is starting to show?