Question about 1998 Oldsmobile Intrigue
OK, the abs traction control lights are usually turned on when there is a problem sensing speed in any of the 4 wheels of the vehicle.
The speed sensor in the wheel hub or this area may be the culprit.
I'm not sure why the service engine light would go on at the same time, though, unless there's a problem with computer.
I would try to hook the OBD-II computer up to a scanner for ABS Brakes using an Actron Brakescan tool, for instance to try to get plain english descriptions and numerical codes to try to narrow down the problem.
A regular OBD-II Engine Scanner won't tell you about the ABS brake problem, though, but might shed light on the check engine problem.
So you need 2 separate scanners to diagnose the problem.
Good luck on this diagnosis and repair.
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