The dealer advised that they had to replace the front wheel sensor. I was told that the tires would begin to wobble and the steering would be affected if not repaired within a certain amount of time. The vehicle was repaired for the sensor on the brakes. Its crazy but it works, something must have been shorting out. The contact also stated that the vehicle leaked oil. The consumer stated over the past two months the cruise control would shut off automatically.
It did not make it out of the shop before all of these lights started coming back on. Complaint Number: 10275408 Incident Date: January 15, 2009 Date Added to File: June 30, 2009 Description of the Complaint: When I give it a little gas to go usually just when im first taking off the traction control kicks in but if I let off the gas it kicksback off. After several calls gm has offered 50% back. Once you get the codes you will know which sensors are coming up as bad. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. I am getting ready to sell the car. It sounds and feels like the abs is coming on whiile driving.
But, the sensor wasn't the problem. It won't hold antifreeze, I don't see a leak but it needs refilled quite often. This causes the car to make a grinding noise. Don't want to get in an accident cause my car fails to take off. I don't know about this condition! It will work for a very few months and then it starts all over again.
She also noticed that the abs and traction warning lights were illuminated on the instrument panel. Traction Control System 2004 Chevrolet Impala Traction Control System Consumer Complaints Complaint Number: 10811198 Incident Date: August 13, 2014 Date Added to File: December 18, 2015 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2004 chevrolet impala. The contact also stated that the vehicle leaked oil. These warning lights do not always go on. Good luck and I hope this helps! The vehicle was taken to an independent mechanic.
I just replaced the plugs and wires and this car has been taken very well care of. The contact stated that when making turns at low speeds, she noticed that the brakes would grind and make a noise. I am also concerned about the money I've had to pay because of this design defect. During the past week the problem resurfaced 2 more times. AnswerWhen the check engine light came on it stored a diagnostic code in your car's computer, it also stored information such as….
The first time a repair was made two weeks ago and replaced wheel hub assemblies on both front tires and front brakes were replaced. I've seen on line I'm not the only one who has had a problem with this defect. I've researched Corvette forums online and it appears that this is a problem with Corvettes and there appears to be many opinions on how to fix the problem, most of which I don't understand because I am not a mechanic. In addition, the contact stated that the brake pedal became difficult to depress as the instrument panel illuminated. Two will require needle node vise grips or similar tool. They should do a recall and fix this problem, from what I can read on the internet there is a lot of people having this same issue and it is costing everyone a lot of money. My experience is the bottle has a low level sensor that can get dirty If it was full But you seem to be losing coolant? I almost had an accident.
So, I decided i'll check it out. Came up on message board traction control after a couple times of it doing that, the abs and tax light come on and on the message window it says system traction service. This is the 2nd time the problem has happened, and every time it was just water in the cables. In addition, the contact stated that the brake pedal became difficult to depress as the instrument panel illuminated. Because of the dangerous situation I took the car to the local chev. I have replaced the wheel bearings 5-6 times in a year. No one can tell me whats wrong! I have since learned that this is happening to thousands of Corvettes at an alarming rate.
The vehicle was taken to a dealer where but the failure was unable to be determined. A loose gas cap can cause this to happen. The most common problem would be that one of your wheel speed sensors are not working properly. This will tell you which wheel is causing the problem. Car is constantly over heating the radiator cap has a rustic clay like substance.
A chime will be heard to verify exit. I am extremely dissatisfied that I had no choice but to pay this in order to restore operation of the abs and traction systems. Do you ever see coolant on the ground or in the engine bay? The remedy failed to repair the problem. They usually go off while driving. Im very frustrated with this. As of now, there is no check engine light on but when I drive it, usually at highway speeds, it will all of the sudden cut out, jump forward and lose power and starts slowing down and when I try to keep on the gas, the car will shut down and a message will come up that says 'service traction system' and will shut off the car and the traction system automatically. Now, when it goes on the abs light and the traction off lights also go on.
He would turn it back on and it would work for a very short time and then shut off again. Can I install new gauges without having to worry about issues with the odometer since it's all one unit? If the readings are different, then your wiring is the issue. Put the car up on ramps. I was very lucky the cars were spaced out, that kept me from a very serious accident. The radiater is a pressurized heat exchanger that allows water to pass through tubes and air to pass over the tubes to transfer the heat from the water to the air. Once he turned off the traction control, the problem ceased. Each time the abs and service traction system lights were on.