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2002 olds intrigue traction control making noise starting at 15mph progressively louder at higher speeds. any ideas?

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Bad wheel speed sensor and bad wheel bearing will cause traction control kick on.have vechicle code scan to find out what cause traction control to kick on and make noise.

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