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If your lucky, your car is still under warranty. If your warranty is over, you can go to Auto Zone and have the car scanned for the DTC codes. The DTC codes will inform you the issues that need to be addressed so you can have your car running 100% again. Note: Auto Zone scan free of charge and can give you the step by step instruction to address the issues free of charge and if there are any parts that need to be replace, there parts price are reasonable and most of the time are life time replacements. Good luck and keep me posted, be glad to help you get your car running 100% again soon

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Hello Jeremy.
When your traction light comes on it is indicating wheel spin on acceleration. To prevent wheel spin an onboard computer reduces engine power to limit the wheel spin. Some, if not most, cars equipped with this feature will also apply the brakes if wheel spin continues after reducing engine power.
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how do you fix the "reduced engine power" light on the dash bard of a 07 Chevy Impala LTZ and "Service Traction Control"?

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SOURCE: The "engine power is reduced" light comes on

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1. Defective, loose or missing fuel cap
2. EVAP canister broke, hose cracked or not connected
3. Purge or vent solenoid defective
4 . Vacuum leak at engine po121 code po121 means Throttle Position Sensor/Switch A Circuit Range/Performance Problem . it is usually indicative of a faulty throttle position sensor or faulty wiring harness in the engine bay.

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I have a 2006 checy impala and the TCS ( TRACTION CONTROL SERVICE) liught came on..What does this mean?

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2005 ford freestyle, check engine, traction control, wrench light on got P0641 code replaced ecm didn't work any help


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What does "Reduced Power, Traction Fault" mean?


GM's power strategy will reduce power if it doesn't see proper charging. It does this to conserve battery power by shutting off non-essential electrical accessories. It can also mean that the traction control system is reducing engine power to avoid a skid. The traction control system gets input data from the wheel speed sensors to figure out if you're entering a skid or the wheels are locking up. One way to get you out of the skid is to reduce engine power or pump your ABS brakes. In your case you should get the trouble codes read. An ABS or traction code code could be a C, U or B code which can't be seen by a cheap scan tool or the tools they use at auto parts stores. GM had major problems with the ABS wheel speed sensors built into the wheel bearing hubs in these vehicles. The fix involved replacing the hub. So get the codes read by a pro scanner to find out which wheel sensor is setting the code. Then do the fix. Also, the P0128 is usually caused by a bad thermostat. Fix that first, because if the engine doesn't get up to operating temperature, the computer can limit some features.
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Tow messages appear on the dash board: Service traction control and Engine power reduced. When this happen I can feel the shift in the transmission when I'm driving. After a while these messages d


Pretty much tells you the system with the fault

Traction Control is embedded into the abs braking
system, so diagnose that using the codes you have,
same as any other obd codes you get

The Reduced Power could be another problem & it
cuts off fuel injectors to save the exhaust converter
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Did you check for codes & google them,
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The traction control light is on to let you know that system is disabled. I would say the actual problem is a performance issue with the engine.
You should have someone scan the computer for trouble codes to proceed with testing. A 2010 model may still be under factory warranty.

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Reduced power is a problem with electronic throttle contol . drive by wire . Do you know what this is ? Taking the vehicle an having it hooked up to diagnostic tool an checking for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes is always a first step when trying to find the root cause of any trouble light ! And not auto zone , pep boys , or advance auto parts . Thier diagnostic tool will not check codes in all system control modules .

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2009 2.2L Pontiac G5 Comes up code P0641 What does this mean? Thank you


po641 on a 09 g5 2.2 means that there is a problem with the 5 volt coming from the ecm the same 5 volts is sent to about 6 sensors you need to look at the 5 volt referance pid on a scan tool and disconect the sensors one by one till the referance volts comes to about 5 volts if that don't work then check the wires for a short to ground , usually ther are other codes in the memory to give you a hint

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My 2002 Volkswagen jetta lights on for traction control and ERP light. Car has no power.


Hi there?
The traction system is linked to the engine managment, if there a fault in the traction system it can reduce the engine power output. You need to scan the traction control system to see what fault code comes up.

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Traction light and and engine power reduced warning came on. What should i do?


You do the same as with ANY light you get on the dash
of ANY vehicle made in the last 30 years

You check for codes & diagnose & repair code related issues first

For most people ,that will be done at a local repair shop

The traction light issue is part of the ABS Braking System
& thus the reduced power which on some vehicles cuts out
the injectors when the rear brake get slammed on etc

All MFG have different ways the systems work

Got to get it fixed in few days,because it is the
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