GMC terrain

Asked by May 24, 2017 at 06:33 PM about the 2010 GMC Terrain SLT1

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2010 GMC terrain. I got in my car
and started it up and the stability track
light, abs light and traction control light all
came on. Ice changed both hub assemblies on
the front cause there was a popping noise
and the lights still didn't go off Idk what
the problem is can you help?

3 Answers

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More than likely there is a problem in the wiring from the plugin from the wheel speed sensor. Just go to a auto parts store to have the vehicle scanned for ABS codes. Write them down. The ABS codes will tell you where to look for the problem and what the problem is to repair.

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Speed sensor

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Try turning the traction control off for a few minutes while driving, then turn it back on to see it that changes it. Also turn if off just before parking for the night. In the morning turn it back one when starting and see if that resets the sensors. If not, have them tested as suggested above.

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