2000 grand am gt traction control

Asked by Jan 26, 2016 at 11:47 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

ever since i bought the car a month ago the
traction control button will work if i push it... push
it an it will turn off then push it again an it will turn
back on then as soon as u start moving in either
drive or reverse the "trac off" light would light up an
button wont turn it off until u restart the car then
does same thing any ideas?

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Possible wheel speed sensor, the codes will have to be pulled to locate the offending unit.

i tried scanning it and it doesnt throw any codes? just weird wiring stuff on this car

but thanks again for the quick response... umm are you going by the hainz manual?

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Did you try pulling the center console out and seeing if it's the switch or wiring? I had the issue of not being able to turn off my traction control one time but i pulled out the center console and it was fixed. Had the same issue with the hazard switch not fully disengaging and i had to press it a few times to get my blinkers to work.

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