Is it safe to drive a 1997 Buick Riveria if the ABs and traction light stays on
Yes. The ABS (Anti-lock brake system) and the traction control systems work together. When the computer senses a fault in 1 system, both are disabled. You just won't have the anti-lock feature or the limited slip (traction control) feature. Most likely the problem is with one of the ABS wheel sensors. HTH. -Jim
^^^^ I agree..
actually both my trac light and ABS light are on. one of the belts have broken on another pulley and hit the connector to the trac/abs and broke it. will not having it hooked up hurtmy car?
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