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Message on dash 96 deville service traction control

Repair shop installed two rear air shocks purchased from junk yard. After instllallation message service traction control vehicle will not exceed 90 mph. What would cause this message to come up simply by installing two rear shocks ?

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Check the brake fluid and make sure caliber is full of fluid. mine said that and it was because fluid was low.

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