Why is my Traction control off light always on?

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Asked by Aug 18, 2015 at 01:20 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Silverado 1500HD LS Crew Cab RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I just had my ABS control module replaced and my traction control off light wont turn off. I have pushed both the Traction control switch and the stability switch with no change. Could my rebuild module be faulty?

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122,745

Have them first check the front and rear bearing, if they are wore and not lined up they send a wrong single cause the light to stay on...

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Yes, the ABS and traction control work together. If there's a fault in one system, both are disabled. That's why the traction control light is on. Is the ABS light on as well? HTH. -Jim

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No the ABS light went out after replacing the module and the Traction off light came on. I had read somewhere that erroneous faults could occur after replacing the module because the computer needs to be reset or relearn?

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