Question about 2007 Chevrolet Chevrolet Impala LTZ
The sensors are located on the front wheel hubs , and usually these don't go bad unless exposed to physical damage. However the more common culprit is damaged wiring between the sensor and the main wiring harness. Look for a connector on the inside of the wheel hub, follow wire into the engine compartment. Look especially near the A/C compressor, as a wiring loom is located very close and can be dislodged and rub the wire. Any kinked or nicked wire must be replaced. The computer keeps seeing false signals and reduces power in an attempt to stop wheel spin, which of course in your case is truly annoying.
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