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Thread: Traction control and ABS

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    webmeister is offline Cadillac Owners Member
    Automobile(s): 1995 eldorado
    Join Date
    Jul 2009

    Traction control and ABS

    Hello from new Cadillac owner.
    I just bought from auction a 95 Eldorado. Beautiful car. Runs and drives great. New Taupe pearl paint and everything works fine except.............. intermittent bubbles in the coolant. I am guessing head gasket. Yeh!!!
    However I have traction control disabled, the ABS light is on and no first gear. A current code which is TO37--LR wheel speed sensor continuity fault. Where should I look to solve this issue?
    I really don't know if I should cut my losses ($2500)or make a commitment to keep it.
    I was impressed that I could drive 110k per hour with windows down and sunroof open and still carry on a conversation. Kinda sold me.
    Anyone know of a great Northstar mechanic in the Kelowna British Columbia area?
    Thanks to all

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    poonamt93 is offline Cadillac Owners Member
    Automobile(s): 1998 STS
    Join Date
    Dec 2009

    Re: Traction control and ABS

    Two separate issues, or maybe one... The ABS light is on cause it's not working... has nothing to do with getting a brake job... most likely a faulty sensor... pulled out of place, or damaged when you got stuck.

    The traction control light only comes on the your traction control engages... when you were stuck, it would light up cause you're spinning your tires at different speeds trying to get out... did the light stay on once you got unstuck?
    Some vehicles both systems read off the same sensor... check the wiring at the back of the wheels, make sure they did not come apart.

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