Service Vehichle Soon

Adan Rabadan

Asked by Jul 28, 2015 at 11:04 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Aztek GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2001 Pontiac Aztek. The
problem here is whenever the service
vehicle soon light comes on, the fans
turn on super fast and the temp
gauge drops to the C (cold). I
recently changed the thermostat and
the coolant thinking it was that. But it
didn't work. I heard the service
vehicle soon light is related to non
emission like headlights, tire
pressure, etc. I took it to a auto
repair shop cuz I heard ABS kicking
in when I try to turn a corner and
brake at the same time. When I turn
it makes a weird noise and when I
press the brake pedal it sort of
hesitates and makes a weird noise
but it still brakes. They told me the
only problem noticeable is my drums
are oversized, the front struts are
worn out and my battery is bad...
Could that be the cause for the
problems going on?

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David Morris

Shoulda called it the Spaz-tek!

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