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Traction off lamp on dash while full turn of wheel. Some slight noise in the steering column

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  • race2340 May 24, 2009

    Haven't really checked the wheel bearings yet, thanks. All I checked were the brakes.

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Would like to know what you have checked or done so far but you may want to inspect your wheel bearings. If they have play in them it could be messing with the air between the sensor and the hub.

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