Question about 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche LTZ
Lately, when we have wet weather, I get indication that stability track is off and to check traction control. However when weather is dry the indicator light goes out. But after two cycles of on and off, yesterday the indicator lights are off, but the check engine light is now on. Checking the code P0307, tells me that cylinder #7 has misfired. Are their any connection between the two issues, and how serious is the misfiring of #7 cylinder?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It pertains to just what it says STABILITY. Your vehicle has a system that will sense if you are coming around a curve at about 90 MPH. It will automatically apply a light amount of braking to the proper wheels, thus hopefully eliminating you and your Uplander from flying off curve. With the light on as with any warning light , you must assume whether its real or not, that the STABILITY system IS NOT operating. Significant computer / sensor diagnosis will be necessary. Hope this helps
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
I own a 2005 Avalanche. Had the same problem. Turns out there is a computer module which controls the Stability control and braking system. It is located under the drivers seat outside cockpit and is exposed to the elements. The computer is about $600 and requires about 2 hours labour. It then has to programmed by a GM dealer to match your vehicle.(another $150) Good Luck.Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
SOURCE: I bought an used equinox
This just happend to me in my 07 Equinox, and they told me it was the throttle body sensor going out, and need to replace the entire throttle body which for some reason isnt covered by even the extended warrenty. Your looking at about $700 bucks to fix if it that on yours also.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
SOURCE: My stability system and traction
All three systems rely on some of the same sensors in order to operate.
In this case most likely is wheel speed sensors. By far the most common problem.
The system will need to be scanned to find out which is the offending one and be repaired.
Not all scan tools have the capability to read ABS systems. Make sure whoever you take it to has this available. Most good shops will have this.
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Posted on Jan 17, 2011
SOURCE: I'm getting Engine Power reduced
there having a lot of electrical issues with this vehicle.i would check the eng control module and the accelerator pedal sensor for corrosion in the connectors,if there corroded clean them with a soft brush and put dielectric grease on the connectors and modules.hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 06, 2011
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