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Transmission fault, traction reduced. Stop safely

Hi everyone, I'm keep getting error message "Transmission fault, traction reduced. Stop safely", did anybody faced same challenged? Thank you in advanced!

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traction cotrol problem take it to the dealer

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I have a 1998 Range Rover HSE. The ABS, TC amd Brake light stay on and now I have noticed that it is becoming harder and harder to stop. It literally feels like I dont have any brakes at all. I have to pretty much push the brake petal all the eay down in order to get it to stop. I had the pads and rotors about 6 months ago and I don't know what to do! Help please

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turn on your car and remove the ground cable from the battery, if the car dies it's time for a new alternator, if not take your battery in to be checked. The other message(traction control) may be just due to a faulty battery/alternator.

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As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you remove the positive battery connector and let it sit for atleast 5mins. before reconnecting it. This will reset the system and can get rid of the fault codes. You may just have system failure and reconnecting the positive battery connector can resolve the problem. Be sure that the body grounds are tight as well specially the negative battery connector.
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