Hi everybody, does anyone have any suggestions why my 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 gives me the message "service stabilitrak and service traction control"? It only happens while the truck has been sitting under the sun and the outside temperature is hot. The message does not appear first thing in the morning when I use the truck to go to work and the outside temperature is not hot yet.
hey gm lovers mountain man here. ive got a 2017 gmc sierra 1500 crew cab 4x4 7" lift 35 " tires.and I am having problems/hate the stabilitrak.when I make a long angle 90 degree turn at more than 25 mph the stabilitrak comes on and I hate it.i understand how stabilitrak works and why its there.and the cables going to the wheel hubs are not tight when stand still of course. BUT is there a way to eliminate it.i kinda already have.i pulled the #3 fuse under the hood which is the antilock brake system BUT I have no cruise control and I understand why. plus the abs and stabliltrak light is on but I don't care.i still have brakes and they work fine and it DOES NOT SKID when you slam on brakes at 60mph.but what I would like to accomplish if possible if anybody out there can get there hands on a wire diagram for fuse #3 and if there is a certain wire under fuse #3 (theres 8-10) that controls only the stabilitrak that I could cut and just put a toggle switch in the cab.or if there is another to eliminate stabilitrak and still have cruise control im all ears.any questions feel free to ask thanx
Greetings all. I sure would appreciate any members thoughts on my ABS Traction control nightmare that I'm having, I just can't seem to get ahead on this one. 2006 Avalanche 1500 4x4 LT, 108k.
Started out as an intermittent ABS and Traction Control lights activating with the "service stability" in the display. They would stay on for five minutes driving down the highway, then turn off for a half hour, then back on. All intermittently. Ran a scanner, no DTC's. I tried a different scanner but still, no DTC's. Cleaned up the grounds and Decided to replace the front hub assemblies with the sensors because they're almost the same price for just the sensors. Still getting the warning lights on. Replaced the rear sensors but it helped none. So, not much left so I replaced the ABS Module. Had the Dealer Reprogram and still... ABS and TC Lights are illuminating.
Could air in the brake lines cause this weird abs problem? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I've got a 2012 Silverado 1500 Z71 and I'm disgusted with it. The trouble started when my 4wd would not go into 4 Auto and would barely shift into 2hi and 2lo. I received a "service four wheel drive" display. My local shop pulled the code that basically said the front differential actuator was faulty. I cant remember the exact code.. anyway, I changed the actuator (very easy fix...I thought). The problem persisted. Now, I'm not sure what prompted me to do this, but I pulled the encoder motor from the transfer case. As I was doing this, the motor bumped into the t case and arced. This is when the lights on the 4wd knob went out. So, after that I bought a new encoder motor. I also replaced the TREC fuse. It had popped, I'm guessing, when the arc occurred. Now, after all this, not ONLY is my 4wd auto STILL not working, but my dash is lit up with the same "service 4wd system", but also the "service trailer brake system", brake light and traction control light. I got the codes read again, and it is displaying U0121, Cannot communicate with ABS controller. I have inspected the ABS controller connection for corrosion and loose fitting as well as checked ALL fuses. I tested the grounds and hot wire pins. I also tested and cleaned the chassis ground connection on the frame. All good. I suspect that the OBD2 needs to be reset but I'm not sure. Anyone have any suggestions?
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