Listen for abnormal noises or performance issues that could indicate a problem which will need further inspection. Reason: more details So my 2014 volt has just over 6k miles. Good luck and let me know if you need more info. This is reccomended before replacing sensor or wire! I'm guessing 1200-1400 feet of traction control caused the car to think there was a permanent problem as usually traction and stabilitrak events are momentary. So you have to refer to the factory legends to learn the identification symbols and then refer back to circuit diagrams to find the splice and ground locations. As soon as I move the vehicle it throws the codes again. The problem has not reoccurred.
Once you have watched the video continue down the guide for more detailed information which is updated regularly. This is why you will feel the brake pedal vibrate when the system is activated which is normal. It's only got 60K on it and the brakes were done at 50k and are vibrating again. But you can try the procedure someone on trailvoy did. I admit I don't fully grasp what he's doing without some pics.
I will also see if the light goes out the next day or so since its a weekend but I am wondering now if the light goes out should I bother going to the dealer as they may not find anything by then. Toner ring and sensor are integral to the hub. I have assumed that it is a wheel speed sensor, cleaned all wiring connections I could see. Follow the guide below to perform a test using a voltmeter. Doing the job for yourself, family and friends will give you self satisfaction and pride which you can only get from doing the job right. I called on star again to scan while driving home. Here is a video that will show you what you are in for so you can feel more comfortable about the repair.
Crossing fingers and hoping this is a non event for you. Their scan indicated right front harness. Detouch the connector And clean it inside in both connectors,male And female, let it stay And dry up from the cleaning stuff you used than connect the two parts again,remount the wheel And pray that the reason why the light was on was because the wire And connector was durty! Called Onstar when continuing on my trip, they didn't read my codes like they did for you, but told me to take it to the dealer if the message persists, but the car is safe to drive in this mode. There is a great level of detail on the justcommodores site on checking error codes logged by the engine management system, but this does not detail anything about the abs system. While they had me on hold the 2 lights came back on with engine light remaining on but the on star rep told me he saw only the engine light on. Then my engine light came on.
He is doing a reliability test of sorts. It is a round can looking thing with a small wiring harness attached on top. The trouble code will point you in the direction of which sensor or harness is causing the problem C0035 00 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit No Additional Information C0035 0F Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Erratic Signal C0035 18 Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Amplitude Less Than Minimum C0035 5A Left Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Plausibility Failure C0040 00 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit No Additional Information C0040 0F Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Erratic Signal C0040 18 Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Amplitude Less Than Minimum C0040 5A Right Front Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Plausibility Failure C0045 00 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit No Additional Information C0045 0F Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Erratic Signal C0045 18 Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Amplitude Less Than Minimum C0045 5A Left Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Plausibility Failure C0050 00 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit No Additional Information C0050 0F Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Erratic Signal C0050 18 Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Amplitude Less Than Minimum C0050 5A Right Rear Wheel Speed Sensor Circuit Signal Plausibility Failure Next, inspect the front wheel speed sensor wiring harness where it passes between the knuckle and the axle for signs of chafing, wear or water intrusion. Learn more: To see more specific information about your particular vehicle check out our repair manual information guide. Going to replace my hubs next year. This computer module is located on top of the pump motor and is attached by four or five mounting bolts.
. So you think the speed sensor thing caused all 3? Checking with an ohmmeter may not find the open since this is an intermittent condition. Reading through the posts, I haven't found any detail on checking error codes logged by the abs system. A low voltage condition prevents the system from operating properly. All still there so time to make an appointment. Most ice vehicles that don't even have stabilitrak just don't have these wheel spin sensors.
General motors of that era have a high reputation for having a fault in the wheel speed sensor wiring harness. Always stay safe by using jack stands when lifting a car for repairs. Pretty sure it's the hubs. Wheel speed sensors are located near the wheel and monitor their rotation speed. If you are a parent please show your kids how to do repairs because they will need to know this valuable information as well.
Going to the right, you count pin 2,3,4 etc. I want the fuse in for now to continue characterizing behaviors, but yeah I'll pull it them? I don't believe they can be removed. C0296 - Transfer Case Delivered Torque for Stability Control System Circuit Feb 27, 2015 Most likey you have a problem with one of the front wheel speed sensors not reading or a sensor harness. Similarly, for my wife, although it was what we'd consider fairly light snow, and my wife then found on the wet main road that she had no braking assist at all. Sometimes it would do one thing, other times slightly different behavior. So my 2014 volt has just over 6k miles.