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I have an 03 yukon slt awd. Traction control active comes on when i start to accelerate and I lose power. It also makes a rumbling noise then it returns to normal driving. It happens every time I accelerate from a complete stop unless i shut off the traction control. But then the 4wd light comes on and also abs breaks.lol sounds like I have quite a few problems here

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Probably all related , all these systems are interrelated .One won't work without the other. Could have a problem with the TAC system - electronic throttle control . Your best bet , take it an have the computers checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes . Do you know anything about automotive electronic's ,serial data communication networks ?

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my 2000 yukon has the traction control light on and the abs light on any anwsers?

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SOURCE: abs light and traction control light are on 2003

ok there is a device called a clock spring in the steering..

Remove steering
replace clock spring
clear all error codes..

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