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Pontiac grand am Gt 2000 v6

Hi i have a problem with the abs and trac off light just a week ago it has stay and don't go,and also i m triying to find the problem for the p0440 code, i change the pc valve,i also change the gas cap,sparg plugs,and errase the code and the service engine soon came back,can you give a hand with this one,and the other thing i don't wan to change parts for nothing, thanks

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  • jgibney2 Feb 23, 2009

    Well my service engine soon light has been on sense 2 weeks after i bought my 2000 grand am gt. MY trac off and abs light comes on when i hit a hard enough bump. could this have anything to do witht he wheel bearing being bad? the wheel sensor speed.

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You replaced your hubs and wheel bearings and that fixed the lights from coming on? i think it is my wheel sensor speed in my wheel bearing which means i need to change my wheel bearing

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I had the same problems. replacing the wheel bearings and front hubs fixed it

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