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Old 10-03-2012, 11:10 PM   #1
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Traction Control Light always on...? No ABS Light?

Since I bought my car (used) the traction control light has always been on. I found that the front passenger ABS sensor was missing (although I had no ABS Light). I installed a new sensor, but the TC light is still on (pushing the button near the shifter does nothing). All the ABS fuses are good (46 inside and 11 & 21 under the hood). Any ideas?

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