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We have a prblem with the Service Traction System Light coming on also the traction off light is coming on and ABS light we have replaced both bearings on either side and the car runs light new steering is tight there is not give in the steering wheel at all the the shaking has stpped when we put on the brakes we diconnected the battery and reset the computer but the service traction message keeps coming on what else do we need to do to this stupid car. I have put $600.00 in her in the last two months and still owwe 4k love the car and want to keep her but tried of all the problems have close to 120,000 on her

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Abs pump motor control fault...dealter got parts from wrecker (lot cheaper) already spent close to $2000.00 to repair traction/abs..messages kept coming on so they finally diagnosed the above problem...we will see...

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