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Re: 08 cobalt ss tc projector lights
Well... you could add a circuit to your fuse panel via a add-a-circuit from autozone.. normally like $4 you just plug it into a place in your fuse panel and it has a wire coming off it.. that will be your positive and off course just find a good grounding spot... i prefer either the battery post... or engine block myself.. this is the prefered way since they will come on and go off with the turn of your key... no toggle switches or buttons or **** to let you forget to turn them off and run down your battery..lol
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the ABS light comes on because there has been a fault detected in the ABSsystem. The ETC uses the ABS system to function. Anytime the ABS light is on the ETC light will also be on.
best bet is to have the ABS system scanned for trouble codes. Your
local parts store may be able to do this for free otherwise you will
need an ABS specific code reader, a highend multifunction scan tool, or bring it in to a shop to have an ABS diagnosis preformed.
Once you know what code(s) are present you will have a much better idea of where to start looking to fix the problem.
Post the codes here and I'll be happy to help you out further.
tc stands for traction control and usually means that something in the system is not in order, say like a wheel speed sensor. However, if the abs light goes on at the same time, it's usually a wheel speed sensor somewhere.
This could be a module or a wire to the wheel speed sensor on the tc side.
Get an ABS Brakescan Tool, like an Actron OBD-II ABS Brakescan tool to help to diagnose what is wrong.
Sounds like you are not getting the full throw of the slave cylinder. If you do not disengage the clutch completely it will shift hard, and sometimes you have to double clutch like you would an old truck. Have whoever put in your clutch bleed the clutch system again.