Question about 2010 Buick Lucerne
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: traction system
Hi there.Whats happening here is an abs sensor in the wheel has failed.In doing so it will turn off your traction control because your abs breaks and traction control work together .If maybe you have an auto zone near by they can scan your break system to find what abs sensor is causing the problem.I hope this clarified some for ya..Auto zone will scan the car for free so that won't cost you anything.You can drive the car you just wont have abs and you should get it fixed.Again I hoped I helped you and if you need further assistance I'll be here to help you..Have a great day..
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
I have a 2002 Buick Century. The ABS light came on intermittantly. At first it was only around some turns, then eventually it was on most of the time. In addition the actual ABS brakes pumped which was annoying.
I jacked up my car, took off the front wheel, and found an exposed wire on the hire harness. The wire was encased in a black piece of plastic which was supposed to protect it. You can peel back the plastic to look at the wires inside. The exposed wire was interferring with the signal being sent from the speed sensor.
Wrapping the wire and the entire wire harness in black electrical tape solved the problem. Not sure if my fix is going to last too long, but it definately solved the problem.
I posted two pictures on Flickr ... the URLs follow (if they don't get edited out)
Posted on Jun 30, 2010
The ABS and Service Traction system may be due to bad sensors or signal reaching the ABS/Traction Control computer. The grinding may be due to uneven or unsmooth rotors, and/or worn out pads or shoes.
I would recommend that the entire braking system be diagnosed at your local dealer or brake service facility.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
You have a broken wiring harness to one of the front wheel sensors. This is a very common problem. You'll have to have the abs codes read to know which side, and then you can either repair or replace that piece. As the front wheels swing back and forth as you steer, the wires leading out of the fender well to the wheel hub fatigue and break inside the insulation, making it almost impossible to see from the outside where the break is. If you have an ohmmeter and are handy with tools, you can check each front harness for contnuity while wiggling it. This is a little tricky, but it will work if you can't find a way to read the codes.
Posted on Dec 24, 2010
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