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Antilock and traction contol on and off for no reason 0-10mph .2005 buick rendevouz.has new brake bearings/sensors.

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Take it back to whomever did the repair and have them fix for free. I suspect the new sensors are wrong, installed wrong, or something else. These sensors tell the brake and traction control computers what to do.

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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