did the recommended test pushing gas pedal and holding brake pedal and now car wont turn over

Asked by Dec 01, 2014 at 11:48 AM about the Pontiac Grand Am

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abs trac off light and service vehicle soon lights were on did recommended test to turn lights off

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SOunds like a wheel sensor that are tripping the lights. You can have the car scanned for the codes at a local auto parts sotre. Will tell you what wheel is the issue. Why it isn't starting is not related. Check the battery voltage and fuel pressure.

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need lights off for inspection since brakes were changed lights have been on

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