If I change the hub assembly's on my 2006 Grand Prix (abs sensors are on the hub) will my abs light and traction control light go out?

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Asked by Jul 08, 2014 at 06:19 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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If that's where the problem is, yes. I'd have the system diagnosed first though. A diagnosis charge is cheaper than 4 new hub assemblies. HTH. -Jim

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I'm not replacing all 4, just fronts the abs sensor wires have wore on one side and were gone from hub on the other

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I see. Then yes, provided there are no other issues with the ABS. Each time you start the car, the ABS computer runs a self-diagnosis on the system. So if no problems are found the ABS and traction control systems will return to normal and the warning lights will both go out. HTH. -Jim

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Ok so after they are changed when I start the car it should reset itself and light will go out if no other issues...or will I need to erase the codes with my code reader...not a big deal if I have to

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That's correct. Just remember that you need a code reader that will communicate with the ABS computer. It's a different computer than the engine computer that makes the "check engine" light come on. HTH. -Jim

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