Question about 2002 Buick LeSabre
Posted by Anonymous on
You probably have a bad abs sensor on one of your wheels, usually the traction control system will disable its self when the abs system is not working properly. The sensors aren't very expensive to replace (if you have any mechanical knowledge, you could do it yourself easily, they pretty much just screw on and have an electrical clip, you could also check them to see if one came unplugged), and when it's fixed the traction control will reengage its self automatically. It won't affect the driving unless you get yourself into a situation where you need the abs or traction. I would get it fixed sooner than later though. Some insurance companies will check the computers on cars if theres an accident and if your car was 'improperly working' at the time they could pin an accident on you. Drive safe!
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