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Wayne, I would start with the brake wheel sensors, most likely the front end- I would start there first. Has this vehicle had brake pads replaced, or had recent brake work? If so, what was done, and by who? (home job, or brake shop?)
You are going to need to either replace your abs sensors or your entire wheel bearing and the abs sensor will be included... What the abs sensor does is tell the computer when the wheel is turning or locked, if the abs sensor is bad the computer will not know if the wheel is turning or not, so this will also interact with your traction control.
are they still on ?
can you turn off your trac light ?
usaly an ABS light and engine light come on when a wheel speed sensor is falty. you can fiz this your self. message me if you want to do this your self.