Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
The ABS computer will have to be scanned to determine where the fault lies. When there is a problem in the ABS system the computer turns off the traction control system as well. The traction control system is essentially a function of the ABS system, when the abs doesn't work the traction control can't either. Based on past experiences my guess is you will find a wheel speed sensor fault code. They are fairly common failure items in GM models around those years. The sensors are built into the hub and bearing assembly and will likely run around $300 to replace.
Posted on Sep 12, 2010
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