How do I reset traction control and motor warning light


Asked by Sep 02, 2015 at 08:39 PM about the 2010 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LTZ Ext. Cab 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Approx. 6 months ago I had a similar problem stabil trac light and engine light come on at the same time, Following that the engine starts to run rough and shake vehicle especially at an idle, fuel consumption sucks large as well. At this time I took it to dealer they did a software upgrade under warranty, had it for 6 hours, hmmmm and it was fine. Same deal now, but warranty expired, afraid to take it back for a 6hr charge, Thoughts are appreciated

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You have to repair the traction control,may be a simple a a lose wire,or the ABS control system faulty problem,the only way to reset it is when the repair is done and right,the ABS system automatically reset,s it self after being driven,this will cause bad gas mileage on lack of power due to breaks holding truck back,

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I am hearing from others, there is a recall on the throttle position sensor and that has resolved the issue, feedback appreciated.

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