Question about 2004 Cadillac Escalade
"stability system disabled" keeps coming on. Dealer sees no code - HELP!! 2004 Cadi Escalade ESV
Your stability control uses the ABs wheel speed Sensors and the steering collumn sensor to know "when you need more stability". It sounds as if the front wheel speed sensor is sending bad info due to:
A) corrosion under the sensor causing erratic readings
B) front wheel bearing failing causing erratic readings
C) column sensor failing causing erratic readings
The GM dealer is the only place I know to have THOSE components tested. You can change any of these sensors yourself once you know which one it is. The "service stability" indicator is on because one of the sensors is not giving correct data, and the default mode is to disable the system.
Good luck and hope this helps,
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Thank you again, so great to have your support! Chris
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