I have a 2002 mustang gt that is experiencing a "traction control" problem...last year the car was being towed (not by my choice) and was pulled up a flatbed tow truck (motor off,keys in ignition, trans in neutral). I was allowed to start the car and drive it off the flatbed a few minutes later.Now, since that time, the "Traction Control Off" light stays on and I haven't been able to do anything to fix it. I would VERY MUCH appreciate ANY help!!! Thanks very much.

Asked by Jan 20, 2014 at 11:25 PM about the 2002 Ford Mustang GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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any mud caked around rotors,? this is an abs braking area problem. abs light on ?

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not sure how this forum works exactly.... so I will answer this question and wait for more answers to my 1st question....?... no mud on rotors but, yes, ABS light is on... any other thoughts? Thanks VERY much! ConRadical007

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assuming all tires are same diameter, the wheel abs sensors must be checked for proper resistance, or at least continuity.

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