Question about 2009 Saturn VUE
My car is 2013 I got accident the problem is the mechanic fix my car and the change all the code in my brand new car so the light in my car is on like the abs is on and brake light on traction on I like I'm crazy the screw up my brand new car now the found out the putting a wrong sensor and the hub bearing is miss up too
The abs sensor and hub [wheel bearing ]are incorporated as one unit ---if the collision repair shop replaced this unit they should replace it with a new one [part may have been defective ] a bad abs or damaged hub will set off all those trouble lights --notify your insurance company that it still isnt fixed right and your having a problem with the shop they can advise you for your next course of action
Posted on May 16, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
first problem, went to autozone. the guy that looked at your car was making pizzas last week. they pull codes and sell you every part you will buy. take the car to the saturn dealer and replace the bcm.
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
If brake pedal is chattering or pulsating it is most likely because you need either front or rear rotors, or both. They are rusted or out of round. If there is something wrong with either your abs or traction control,the abs or traction control light will come on & stay on. As soon as these lights come on, it automatically disables abs or traction control. If you would like to take out fuse that disables abs or traction control circuits, it will leave the lights on.You just wont have their functions. If by some strange condition your chattering goes away, then there is indeed something wrong with your abs or traction control.Fuses are labeled abs or traction either under hood or in your fuse panel in car.
Posted on Jun 13, 2010
My first suggestion to try for this car is to disconnect the battery, take and pull the access panel on the fuse box on the passenger side of the vehicle. Buy a pack of dilectric grease at autozone or another part store the small packets (usualy 1.27 or something) then unbolt the ground wires which are located in the fuse access towards front put grease on it and tighten down bolts again. Making sure they go completly flush on my car there was a burr in the middle of the threads and this fixed my issues. I was having random service esc, and airbag light on and various other gremlins at diffreent times. It Fixed mine it's worth a try.The factory claims diletric grease is the fix i just think they didn't tighten down the bolt under the dash but I would use it all the same.
Posted on Dec 06, 2011
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