Question about 2006 Chevrolet Impala
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll need to have the codes read from the computer. You will have a code that indicates one of the front wheel sensors is bad. This could be the case, but they are very expensive as they are built into the wheel bearing assemblies. It is more likely that the wiring harness between the frame and the part of the front spindle that holds the harness, has broken internally. It is a very common problem and can be repaired with a new wiring harness section or by tracking down the fault and repairing it.
Posted on May 31, 2010
I know this is not a solution but I too started having this same problem today. Start car, runs normal then all the sudden it feels funny, traction control light blinks on and dash displays service traction control-reduced engine power. This causes my car to sputter like it is going to stall I have to pull over and turn my car off and back on to drive off (only for it to do it within the next 10 minutes). I thought turning TC off would work for now just to drive it, no not successful stil does it : ( I TOOK IT TO AUTO ZONE AND HAD IT SCANNED HAD A CODE FOR GROSS EVAC LEAK AND SOMETHING ABOUT THE THROTTLE PLATE/BODY NOT SURE IF THAT IS RELATED BUT THAT ALL THE INFO I HAVE ON THAT.
Posted on Aug 30, 2010
SOURCE: 2004 Chevrolet Impala SS Repair
Hello. the traction control system is one of the first to go on both chevrolet and GMC. That said, check the rotor hub harness, approx 4 in.from the hub connector,disconnect it at the connector and at clips, pull wire out of riggit tube and pull on the wires at the 4in. you will notice the wire starting to strech --the wire is broke. splice at the break with an enviormental splice tape up and put the harness back together and connect .you just saved 1,200.00 on a repair. that should last 75000.miles. i had four broke wires. replaced 2 hubs and had a diaog. done MR GOOD WRENCH didn't know what the problem was. RUNNING GOOD
Posted on Sep 18, 2010
IT IS A PROGRAM ON THE VEHICLE THAT DETECTS IF ONE WHEEL IS SLIPPING IT WILL AUTOMATICALLY SWITCH TO A DIFFERENT TIRE THAT IS GETTING TRACTION ITS A VERY NICE OPTION TO HAVE IN A VEHICLE EXSECIALLY IN SNOW
Posted on Dec 12, 2010
Testimonial: "thank you, so should i turn on the traction control when entering and leave it on, or just use it when there is an actual snow or ice condition. don"
SOURCE: my service abs and service
is a defective component in the system, generally is one
of the four wheel speed sensors, have the system tested by any GM dealer
to determine which one.
ALso, I suggest check this generic tips about ABS_Traction_Control_lights
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Posted on May 28, 2011
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