- 09-25-13 10:11 PM #1
Service Stability System
I rec'd a service stability system notice on the DIC in which the traction control and abs lights illuminated on the dash. I figure it is a wheel sensor and plan to replace both front hubs. The notice only comes up twice over the last week. Today I get the notice and dismiss it as I do not get any negative effects. Then the service vehicle soon notice pops up and then battery not charging notice. DIC shows 13.6-13.8 Voltage while driving. Car starts perfectly. Negative cable was a little loose and i cleaned both cables and tightened. No check engine light is illuminated, and nothing is showing up on my Bluetooth obd II scanner with torque app. Any thoughts? I can't get the car to a mechanic with a good computer until Friday. Should I be worried? Anyone with the same issues? 04 V with 152k.
I don't think it matters, but I have one tpms not reading that is also getting replaced on Friday
- 09-26-13 08:53 AM #2
Re: Service Stability System
My guess is the two issues were unrelated. I've had both of those indications on separate occasions - alternator died and gave me the "Battery Not Charging" and "Service Vehicle Soon" warnings last year. A month or two ago a wheel sensor died and gave me the "Service Stability System" warning and TC and ABS lights on.
I would recommend getting the code pulled to figure out which hub it is rather than just replacing the fronts. It could be one of the rears, too.'05 Stealth Grey CTS-V, 19x8.5/10" CCW T140s with Toyo Proxes T1 Sports (summer), black Team Dynamics ProRace 1.2 wheels with 275/35-18 R-compounds (track), Hyperblack Rota Torques (winter), KW Variant3s, V2 front brakes, Hotchkis rear sway bar, EPS cam, TEA-ported 243 heads, FAST92 intake w/LS2 TB, JBA Camaro/G8 1-3/4" shorty headers w/JBA cat pipes, Corsa exhaust, UUC motor and tranny mounts, UUC shifter, MAPerformance trailing arms, Specter cradle bushings, etc...