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?
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
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
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
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
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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