Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
When both lights are on you should check wheel sensors. Look for small plug at the back of rotor, probably 2 wire. Make sure all sensors are securely attached/latched and no obvious damage to sensor such as breakage from stone, etc. Check all wiring at wheels for break, rubbing, pinch, etc. If nothing visually obvious then check codes with code reader or scanner for clue to which wheel needs attention.
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