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Old 05-12-2003, 01:38 AM   #11
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yep i recored what rpm my car shifts outta first at in normal drive and i think its 2700, and in preformance its 3500 or sumthin like that, as for the traction and ABS i think it needs to be tackled by a professional.
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I believe AutoZone will retrieve the codes for you for free.
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Would auto zone be a online place or a mehcanics shop, hehe seems like a stupid question. Also what kind of summer wide tracks would you guys/gals recomend for summer use only?
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AutoZone is a car parts store only in the US....I guess Fuddy didn't realize you live in Red Deer Alberta. Sadly anywhere we go, we have to pay to get codes pullled, unless you pick up a scantool
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Most typical scantools aren't capable of pulling ABS or Traction codes. You need a special serial reader that interfaces directly with the EBCM. That'* how the dealer read my Traction/ABS codes. The dealer may be your only option, or a well-established large mechanics shop. It cost me 80 bucks to have mine pulled.

The bad news is that there are some very expensive components in that system. Both of mine are still broken. My PMV and 2 wheel speed sensors are bad.
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