where is the tracoff button on a 2000 grand am?

Asked by Joethegrinder Jan 04, 2012 at 08:25 PM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: General

my tracoff light is on,but i don't know where the off button is.

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traccoff is a way to warn you there is a problem with your transmission like check engine light

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The button is above the radio next to the hazard warning light switch - that is if your car has a button. If the light is on along with the "Brake" and the "SVS" (service vehicle soon) lights, it means that one of your wheel speed sensors or wiring is bad. If it's the hub, it needs replacing and that usually costs around $350 - $400.

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try just pushing the ETS button first and see if the light goes out- if the sensor was bad, it usually turns on the ABS light too.

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