Question about 2004 Nissan Quest
When they did the brakes, the mechanic damaged one or more wheel speed sensors, and they are expensive. The anti-lock and traction system now think that one or more wheels are not in time with the road constantly so the computer has put the light on and is likely running the vehicle in limp or reduced power mode.
I would take the vehicle back and give them a chance to make it right, but if you have any hint of more problems, or they start saying it was like this before, go to the dealer and have it checked out. If the dealer says they damaged something, have the dealer repair it and then chase the other shop for the money. Not fun, but this is a safety issue.
Posted on Oct 04, 2010
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