Why Does the track off turn on? The car stars shaking and want like to turn off at first the car will Star like really accelerated and then stops it makes a weird noise on the moffler and like.some part on the engine the.hole engine shakes why Is that any help?

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Asked by Sep 25, 2012 at 02:41 AM about the 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Mii

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The Trac light is related to traction or wheel spin, most probably a bad wheel sensor. The car shaking is probably a vacuum leak or ignition misfire and the muffler might have a hole in it and needs replacing. Do you have a check engine light on? I think you need to take the car into a mechanic and have him look it over and get your vehicle running right again.

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A bad TPS sensor will also trip the track light along with the check engine light. It will cause it to run really rough and shift very hard also.

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It first say that some sensors weren't working I got that fix and now. they say that it has vacuum leak or mis fire or something wrong with the fuel pump

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