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I have a 2004 Yukon 2wd. The ABS, Traction Control and Service Stability messages constantly pop up while I'm driving and the Service Stability pops up even when I'm parked with the engine running. Also, there is some sort of grinding noise when I stop and occasionally when I take off from a stop, traction control will activate and I won't be able to accelerate. When the grinding noise happens, it jerks my steering wheel slightly to the left and I can definitely feel it in the brake pedal. I have already changed the hub baring in the front drivers side as I thought that's where it was coming from. My husband also cleaned the wheel speed sensor on the front passenger side. Would you happen to have any ideas of where I can go from here? I have taken it to a repair shop but all they did was charge me nearly $300 to tell me that they have no clue what the problem is. Any help is very much appreciated.

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Take your Yukon to a real repair shop to find out what the real problems are.

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The 3rd row is fairly simple, just pull the lever and make the back lay down on the **** part and the grab the handle that sticks out of the **** part facing you (you do have to take them out of the hatch area) and pull hard as they are heavy 50+lbs, the second row you do just the same except they come through the door on which the side they are on. Good Luck!

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my 2000 yukon has the traction control light on and the abs light on any anwsers?

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SOURCE: abs light and traction control light are on 2003

ok there is a device called a clock spring in the steering..

Remove steering
replace clock spring
clear all error codes..

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Is the abs light on as well?If so vehicle may have a bad bearing hub assembly.

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SOURCE: I have a 2005 gmc Yukon XL and it has been a great

First thing I would check is the wheel sensors. If yours are in the hub then lift the wheel and check for any play from top to bottom of the wheel. this will indicate a bearing going out. this can play havoc on the trac system. Also check the wiring of the sensors, unplug it and inspect the leads for corrosion. Check the wires for wearing against another part. Check the plug ends carefully the wires tend to start breaking right where they go in to the plug.
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