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My classic died about a week ago and I'm currently doing diagnostics, but last night I noticed that the "Service Engine" light is now glowing dimly despite the ignition being turned off. It's not reporting a code. What could be causing this?
 

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rather unusual as the service light is only controlled by ecu. are you sure it is not the charge light? if so you have a bad set of diodes in your alternator.
 

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highly unlikely, even when submerged under water and rusty the engine will fail to run but ecu will not stay energized. there is a relay as a power up/down before turns on any signals.
 

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I couldn't see if this was still happening because I had the battery out recharging for a few days. I checked tonight - in the dark - and it was no longer glowing... Don't know why it did that night... It was the Service Engine light, just very faintly.
 

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May have been been caused by a static build up from just having replaced the amp module and coil..
 
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