The abs braking system does not work at all in the snow and ice. The vin was not available. Pretty much like all water cooled engines. So, I decided i'll check it out. But, the sensor wasn't the problem. So, with that, I'll say it again:Bring It In.
As soon as I left the car started doing it again. The vehicle was repaired for the sensor on the brakes. This is going to cause someone to get hurt. It could be at the sensor or in a line connector somewhere. She took the vehicle to the dealer and they replaced the abs and steering column. March of 2006 the right rear, january of 2008 the left rear, october of 2009 the right front. I have since learned that this is happening to thousands of Corvettes at an alarming rate.
I was right by my house so I shut it off and turned back on and drove it the block home. The manufacturer was not notified of the failure. I can restart it almost immediately and the light will go off for a while but then will do it again. No need to disconnect the wiring. So I had new wheel bearings put back on it again today and it is still doing this.
I'm wondering if the rustic clay like substance has gone through my engine and is causing me many problems with it. It only comes on sometimes. Came up on message board traction control after a couple times of it doing that, the abs and tax light come on and on the message window it says system traction service. I am also concerned about the money I've had to pay because of this design defect. It is located in the hub assembly.
You cannot tell if the wiring is bad just by looking at it, get a multimeter and measure the resistance on the connectors that will tell you all that you need to know. I have had this happen a number of times. March of 2006 the right rear, January of 2008 the left rear, October of 2009 the right front. The vehicle was not diagnosed or repaired. It now comes on just abut everytime I get I drive my vehicle.
Once he turned off the traction control, the problem ceased. Gm's sealed wheel hub design on this vehicle meant that in order to replace the wheel speed sensor the entire hub had to be replaced. Complaint Number: 10732461 Incident Date: December 15, 2014 Date Added to File: July 7, 2015 Description of the Complaint: The contact owns a 2004 chevrolet impala. Can I install new gauges without having to worry about issues with the odometer since it's all one unit? I was very lucky the cars were spaced out, that kept me from a very serious accident. This is not the same as the Check Engine light which means there is a problem with the emission's system. I have replaced the wheel bearings 5-6 times in a year. It did not make it out of the shop before all of these lights started coming back on.
Unplug the cables and see if water comes out of them, if water does, then just blow it out with an air hose, or just let it dry. I was traveling 70mph on a 4 lane hwy. I have replaced the wheel bearings 5-6 times in a year. I'm concerned that the 4th one will fail, or the other 3 that have been replaced will fail again. The manufacturer was contacted and they offered no assistance.
The next day the message was gone apparently resetting itself. Just last week on the highway the traction service light went on while driving at 60 mph. It was a wiring problem. This is going to cause someone to get hurt. In addition, while driving at a high speeds of 65-70, the consumer felt a slight slow down in the engine and a pull to the right in the steering. The approximate failure mileage was 6,984. My question is why have they not issued a recall on the 2004 Chevy Impala before it kills or seriously injures other people.
Then again, go a few blocks and hit the brakes and the antilock brakes kick in some times it turns off the traction control and abs it seem like this is a problem with a large number of impalas and every one is shelling out a lot of money and still have the problem I don't have that kind of money can you tell me what is wrong or should I trade it in for a ford I am 46 and have always been faithful to chevy but if im stuck with a factory defect ford here I come. If this is standard gm design practice, I will definitely consider that a negative when purchasing my next vehicle. This is the 2nd time the problem has happened, and every time it was just water in the cables. Turned vehicle off, then back on and the two lights remained on. It is a very common problem and can be repaired with a new wiring harness section or by tracking down the fault and repairing it. A chime will be heard to verify exit.