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Old 07-22-2004, 03:18 PM   #1
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Ever since i got this car my TC and ABS lights have been on, push the button for TC on the center consol and nothing happens, ABS might just be a dirty sensor or something but its bothering me, what can i do to fix the ABS first of all, and is there a way to fix the TC myself or do i have to go to a dealer?
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ABS and TC use the same sensors. Your sensor in the hub may have been damaged, or the wires may have gotten messed up. Check around the axles for wires going to them, if anything is broken or dangling that'* the firs thihng to repair. Otherwise you're looking into an ABS/TC computer.
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Where is this hub and what does it look like? Not very knowledgeable when it comes to electrical stuff like that.
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If you remove your wheels.. you will see it ( part of it.. if you remove the front rotors you'll see it holding onto the front driveshaft ) You will see 2 wires pluggin into another connector that runs into it.. those are for your speed sensor.. if you have an ohmeter.. check them all and compare.. the one that is way off is the one that has a shot sensor in it.
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The wheel hub. if you turn your front wheels you can probably get behind it decent enough without having to remove your wheels or Brake rotors.
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Clean behind the wheels with high pressure or wheel cleaner. Thats what I did about 15k miles ago, and the sensor/bearing is still working great. Saved me a ton of money.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=22156
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I just posted about the same problem. Mine went away when I started the car today, so hopefully thats the end of it.
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