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Service active handling system light on

My car would suddenly stop and make a horrible noise. I could only drive 5 mph. Service Active Handling light came on. I took it to dealership the said they could not recreate the problem and there are No CURRENT codes for diagnostics. There are TWO codes in HISTORY that raise a red flag :C004 R/F Sensor Fault and C0035 L/F Sensor Fault . The others are steering C0710 , DRP C0281, and C0252 VSES. I took it back to the dealership today and asked them to check speed sensors wiring harness. They found nothing wrong. Should i replace both hubs?

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Try another dealer-- they chased you with intention to resolve

I don't have the reference material to give you any answer- but
they obviously didn't work those codes,old stored enhanced data
or not.

To go 5 mph-- you went into failsafe of some type

My Corvette days are in 1965 Those I have done frame up,
raced,built,etc

Posted on Dec 04, 2012

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before changing the hub check the abs connection-- the sensor wire connection clips onto the spindle-- a lot of times the connector comes loose or becomes disconnected from the clip by road debris or during a brake job the connector and clip are part of the abs circuit and causes an abs/trac check light-- if the connector is good- and the sensor is bad yes replacing the hub will fix ur problem the abs is integrated into the hub assembly

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