traction control & check engine light are on 1995 Bonnev
I have a 95 Bonneville SE w/150k miles on it. My niece is buying it from me, so my brother and I wanted to do everything it might need so she has a trouble free car. After doing the maintenance work the traction control light and the check engine light are on. The car seems to run ok, but they are on. The ABS light is not on. I suspect something I did with the brakes is the culprit, but here is the whole list of what was done yesterday:
Radiator hoses and thermostat. At the same time I found a bad vaccum line connection near the thermostat and replaced it. I do not know what the line is for, but it runs over near the driver'* front headlight. Might be a wheel sensor. I also had an air pocket when I started it so I needed a lot of coolant. The engine ran rough until I got all the air out of the system
Transimission filter and fluid
Plugs and wires
Two new front calipers and flush the system. This is where I suspect I made a mistake. To flush the system I started at the rear passenger. I pumped ten times then open the bleeder and continued until done. I could never get clear fluid, but I got it much better than it was. It took me 45 mins on that one wheel alone. When I got to the fronts it was still slow going so I tried the same thing with the car running. If anybody knows a better way I would appreciate it.
Can anybody help me? Is it possible the electrical work messed me up? I replaced the power modulator valve already about 100k miles ago.
Thanks in advance for the help