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No alwheel drive light says allwheel off versatrac needs service vue has 25000 miles

Front tires spin out can't get up my driveway also my abs light stays on

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SOURCE: 2005 SATURN VUE ABS, AWD, R/FRONT BEARING REPLACEMENT

just did one today. removed housing from car, and used a press . be careful of aluminum housing. also used penatrating spray. clean oxidation from inside bearing hole,then lubricating, helped in installation

Posted on Dec 28, 2008

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SOURCE: Satrun Vue 2005 ABS activates for no reason

It may just new brakes, pull the ABS fuse and see if the problem still exists, if it does then it's not a ABS problem

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: I Have a 2004 Saturn vue ,there is a squeely noise

I would suspect the wheel bearing, as these start to fail they tend to make more noise in one direction of load than the other.

Posted on Jun 09, 2009

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SOURCE: reduced power for real!!!!

I had the same thing happen to me yesterday. Sitting at a light, went to accellerate and would barely move. The same lights came on for me too. I had it towed to the Saturn dealership and they tell me it's the computer control for the transmission. It's going to cost me in excess of $950.00 to replace. I did a little research and apparently this is an ogoing problem with 2003 Vues.

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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SOURCE: The ABS, TCS, and ESP

Safe? it depends what you think safe is. if going only a few miles or so TO THE DEALER you should be okay but only to the dealer, have it towed if its under warrenty cause the dealer could say they wont fix it cause you drove it with the light on. Also, the manual says what to do in this case. By the way, continued driving might cause more damage to the sensors and electrontics
I'm not telling you to drive it so you be the judge as to wether or not you should drive it to the dealer or tow it there. Dont worry it could be something as simple as a blown fuse

Posted on Feb 07, 2011

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Why does the "service traction system" and "service ABS" light to come on when driving?


The service ABS light on while driving means that the ABS wheel speed sensor is defective or a broken wire that goes to the sensor. You now only have regular braking. This means that you can now lock up one or more wheels with hard braking. Then the car can swerve either left or right while braking hard. The traction control must also rely on the ABS wheel speed sensor to keep both front wheels spinning at the same speed for safety reasons. This prevents loss of control of your car while getting better traction with the tires.

Jun 25, 2014 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

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My service traction light is one and my abs light is on


The abs makes the traction control work so fix the ABS first. The most common thing thea haqppens are the wheel speed sensers fail. In the front wheels the speed senser is incorperated into the front wheel bearing. these bearings are well known to fail at about 100 thousand miles and can fail aqs early as 80 thousand miles and most all of them fail before 140. You might notice a roaring sound ( like noisiy treaded tires) You can jack up one front wheel at a time and get in the car as your driving it and put the car in gear and run the car ( not moving but thwe trie is turing and listen for noise. I fht e wheel makes a roaring sound that gets worse as you go faster that wheel bearing is bad. Don't go over about 50 as with one tire on the groung the other that is turning, is going twice that fast or 100 MPH at 50 on the speedometer. Do the same test on the other wheel and if it's quiter or quite just change the noisy one. Once changed you just drive the car and the new wheel speed senmser will be reconized and the ABS light will go out as will the trac off light. If your ready to change both wheel bearings do so as they both have the same miles on them just not nessarily the same potholes and other rough pavement that makes them wear out faster. If thebearings are quite then you need to inspect the wires coming outr of the back of the wheel bearing.. Thjese wires get into troble and get unplugged or break the wire. If you havwe asscess to a scasnner that will address ABS systems it'll point out the ABS problem. Things that happen other than the wheel speed sensers are fuses blown for other reasons. The accumulater motor failure or extreamly cold weather the accumulate motor locks up in cold and blows the fuse. Thwe motors seldom fail but they can and do. Some veicals are nerer serviced and the brake fluild accumulates moisture ( as it's supossed to) and peaple never get the brakeing system seviced and the old brake fluild can freeze in cold weather and start croduing things. The Traction control sysem uses the brakes to control wheel spin by puting on the brake on the spinning wheel. If the system notices a wheel spinning. (Using the wheel speed sensers) So until the ABS is fixed don't try to fix the traction control system as it truly is part of the ABS systyem.

May 18, 2011 | 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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I have a 2003 Vue...and the ABS light will not turn off...is it safe to drive until I can get it fixed?


If ABS light is on,you still have base brakes,just like an older vehicle with no ABS.Not a problem,as a matter of fact I always disable the ABS on my vehicles because I don't like it.

Jan 13, 2011 | 2003 Saturn VUE

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Problem with a 2000 grand am gt


Ok the abs light is on, because one of your sensors are bad...most places have scanners which can pinpoint which one..but you probaly can look under your vehicle, right behind the tires, by the brake caliper, and you will find the sensor...on both front ..just follow it to wear it connects, and make sure that its plugged in all the way, and the wire itself is not popped or broken..As for the rear (if you have rear abs..) you can do the same thing..Now the service soon light is programmed in your computer by the factory..so around every 30,000 miles are so..that is going to come on..And the traction light also runs off of the abs..um almost sure they came on around the same time..Sometimes there is a traction control button..and sometimes if the road is slippery and you spin out while taking off..that can also trigger that light to come on..Goodluck...

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When i engage the four wheel drive on my 1988 ford it is rough


there should be a tag on your differentials front and rear clean them up and check to see if the ratios match

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Our 2007 AWD Edge has 25000 miles on it. We


Every 500 miles, no, if you meant 5000 then yes, but if the inside is extremely worn down that sounds more like an alignment issue. If it was just a rotation issue, then the front tires would most likely be the ones worn down the most, but they should still be evenly worn across the tread. Also, i wouldnt take it to the dealership unless you just want to spend more than you have to, ask around, find a reputable shop, anything but the dealerships.

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Help! I need answers.


scan the computor for errors

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2004 Cavalier-ABS and Trac light warnings


no you need to take it and have the codes pulled on it, the abs system will disable the traction control system.Without knowing what the codes are for the abs system it would not be possible to say what the problem is.

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Satrun Vue 2005 ABS activates for no reason


It may just new brakes, pull the ABS fuse and see if the problem still exists, if it does then it's not a ABS problem

Mar 18, 2009 | 2004 Saturn VUE

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have the fronts been done recently

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