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Flood - Traction Control Light On

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Just bought a flood 2010 TConnect. Traction control light is on and being in TX afraid this will cause it to not pass inspection. Anyone know what the remedy/sensor is that might need replacing. Recently read an interesting on line article about a bearing/magnetized sensor in the wheel that kept the light on until it was changed out. Oh and yes, I am going to have to change out the airbag module near the transmission gear shifter - I mention this because the way things are interconnected it would not surprise me with the airbag light constantly flashing if this is triggering/confusing the traction control....maybe I should change the airbag module first and then address the traction control. Any feedback greatly appreciated.

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You need a computer scan, that will help pin point where

the issue lies. Just replacing parts is not the way to go.

The fact It is a flood vehicle will add to the possible issues.

good luck

Edited by G B L

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as in a scan from O'Reilly's or some auto store? Did that, they gave me a list of codes, and ironically, none of them pointed to the airbag module....did point to ABS though...maybe it is the other way around, ABS sensor driving airbag light to flash??

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What were the code numbers?

There are different level scanners, A good repair station could have one that

gives more information.

Edited by G B L

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Codes from O'Reilly's were :

pin point test K DTC's: C0061:28,54; C0062:28,54; C0063:28; C0064:28

test O DTC's: U2101:00

test N DTC's: U3003; 16, 17 and 62

Appreciate all the brainiacs input!! Thank you all!!

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