Chevy Venture ABS and Traction Control Lights?
I have a 2003 Chevy Venture. The ABS light is on and the traction system has shut down. I also get a message telling me to service the traction control system. From what I have read, this could be due to a bad or dirty wheel sensor. I took it to the shop and they hooked it up to their computer. They tell me that it’s the control module and will cost big bucks to fix. If this is true, is it even worth having the sensors checked on the vain hope that they are only dirty? Should I get a second opinion? I am leary of the big bill because I already got screwed on one big repair bill this week, and I don’t want to get caught again. Thanks! I forgot to add that on 3 different occasions, while taking off from a dead stop at intersections on dry roads, the traction control kicked in. This was approx 1-2 weeks before the lights came on. A: If what they are saying is true and it is the control module, you can actually get them used rather cheaply online through a service called U Need A Part. The