Question about 2002 Buick Rendezvous
ABS and traction control use some of the same components.
You would need to get the body computer scanned for trouble codes to proceed with troubleshooting the two systems.
Posted on Jan 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Probably pointing to one or more of your wheel speed sensors having problems. Have the ABS codes scanned on the vehicle. This should help give direction on where to look next. Also, check tire pressure, as uneven pressure can cause this condition.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
Its most likely a bad front wheel bearing hub assy.. Get a scan on it and see if it comes back as a speed sensor on either the LF or RF... If so.. Its a bearing
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
i had this problem , to make a long story short buick had a recall on the hubs wearing out . after several time of replacing the hubs buick got involved a found the was a short in the system
Posted on Jun 17, 2010
SOURCE: traction system
Hi there.Whats happening here is an abs sensor in the wheel has failed.In doing so it will turn off your traction control because your abs breaks and traction control work together .If maybe you have an auto zone near by they can scan your break system to find what abs sensor is causing the problem.I hope this clarified some for ya..Auto zone will scan the car for free so that won't cost you anything.You can drive the car you just wont have abs and you should get it fixed.Again I hoped I helped you and if you need further assistance I'll be here to help you..Have a great day..
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
i recently had this problem too, except i had all the lights on (ABS, service vehicle, trac-off, AND service engine) they are all easy to fix without spending more than 20-30$ for labour (depending how much your mechanic charges you) mine did it for free and he found out why the engine light is on afterwards too. so to fix all these lights (abs, trac-off, and service vehicle you MUST get another ABS cable (i went to a garage, they were towing a GM vehicle to the junk yard so i grabbed some scissors and cut BOTH abs cables on each side (good thing i did because one was bad) and braught them to my mechanic. the reason the lights come on is probably a defect or in my case my mechanic said it was salt buildup in the wires (on the drivers side) so he cut the wire off and rewired the new one and BOOM all the lights came off (service vehicle, abs, and trac-off) now for my service engine it says catalytic converter but im trying to put some fuel system cleaner to help it out i read somewhere that this is a defect of the car, so if you dont have that light yet, SELL your car ASAP for as much as you can get for it (after fixing the lights of course) and always google (car name+recalls) in the search bar to see what youre getting into, take care
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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