I have a 05 grand am gt ram air the wheel sensors and check engine and service engine soon comes on but if i take off fast and reve it out they go out also if its winter and its snowing nothing comes

Asked by Feb 10, 2017 at 11:00 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Wheel sensors service engine soon and check engine idiot lights always on till I
reve the engine thru first and second...also when snowing nothing comes on i
dont know what's wrong

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Sounds like it is running rich. Should have the vehicle scanned for trouble codes, and ABS codes. One cause for the check engine light would be a dirty Mass Air Flow Sensor, there is a special spray cleaner for cleaning this, and possibly O2 sensors, but I'm just guessing. Need the trouble codes. The ABS codes will let you know on the wheel sensors.

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