Coming home from the Wisconsin dells Sunday the TC light came on, shortly after that the ABS light came on. So I knew a WSS went out. I checked the plugs, cleaned them, still had the light.
So, I just happen to have a extra hub from when I replaced a bad on on the passenger side.
So I unplugged the drivers side WSS and plugged in the old hub.
No more light.
Then I plug in the WSS again and still, no light. So either it needs a bit to cause the error, or something had a bad connection. time will tell. If the light comes back on I guess I'm changing out a perfectly good hub on the drivers side.
Then just to make things more interesting, the Bonneville is acting up.
I head out for work Monday morning, click click, no crank. I wiggle the cables and put the boost charger on. Car starts right up. After 12 hours of work I come out, click click. Good thing I tossed the jumpers in the trunk. Got a jump and went home. Cleaned up the cables a bit, and put a 2 amp trickle charge for 3 hours.
Next day I head out for work, car starts right up. After 12 hours I come out. The door wont unlock with the FOB. Not even a click. I get a jump, start, and go home. I take the cables off and clean them real good and leave the car, no charger this time.
Next day, car starts right up. Off to work I go. Again after 12 hours, not even a click. Once more a jump is needed. I go home and park it.
Today I have off, so I go out and check the car again, no crank. Pull out the volt meter and check. 4.88 volts. Ya, looks like it'* a new battery time.
I bought it less then 4 years ago from batteries plus. I have a warranty, it says 65 months total replacement. Cool. Turns out total replacement does not mean total replacement. I'll get a $10 credit towards a new battery. Really? I think I can get more then that at the scrap yard. Wont be going back there again.