why are the abs, trac off and svs lights still on

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Asked by Feb 17, 2014 at 12:30 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have a 2004 grand am and the ABS,trac off and service veh.soon dash lights are
still on. I have replaced the front two hub wheel bearings and have all new brakes
on. I still hear a grinding noise in the front driver side when i back up. I have
erased the codes with a obd 2/EOBD+ABS  and the 3 same lights came back on. I
don't know what is up now could some one please help

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The ABS light one could be one of your ABS wheel sensors that is faulty or the module itself. You will need to take it to a garage so they can scan for codes to tell you which wheel sensor is the issue. Not sure what the grinding noise is. Did you lube the caliper pins correctly?

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It is the front right wheel speed sensor circuit open or shorted. And I have replaced the right front hub assembly this makes it three times at $130.00 a pop. and yes I did lube the pins. Should I jack the car up and start from the wheel and go back and check the lines? I can't get it inspected till I can fix the problem

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