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  1. ABS Fault and Traction Control and Stabilitrak lights

    Engines/Performance/Tech Questions
    2011 GMC CC 4wd Z71 So yesterday I had the left rear tire plugged from a nail puncture. Drove it home less than a mile and parked overnight. This morning at about 3 miles into my commute the truck had no power at acceleration and all three codes flashed with chimes. I pulled to the side and...
  2. Help with ABS Sensor Fault Troubleshooting: Should I do brakes as well?

    Chassis
    I have a 2005 GMC Canyon (4x4, Z85, Crew Cab, 140k) and have had an ABS Fault light come up on my dashboard. Local mechanic confirmed that it was a front passenger sensor fault that is the problem. I could also feel the tire "pulsing" when I would brake, although it didn't seem to severely...
  3. No power in acc, power in on, wont start!

    Electrical/Lighting/Security
    I know there are a million of these threads, but I don't see any that have no power what so ever while in ACC. normally the shift indicator light comes on, and windows have power, not now. friend was messing with stereo and had it wired up pretty crazy, constant from lighter, acc from ignition...
  4. Battery Alternator connection

    I4/I5 Engine & Drivetrain
    I've seen this topic posted everywhere, still no solution found. Driving through SF on a sunny day at an intersection on Van Ness going uphill... Gauges start flickering up and down ABS Fault and Traction faults begin flashing on the dash The engine rpms surged, then fell, and the engine died...
  5. Wheel speed sensor fault code

    Brakes
    This winter I had extensive work done to my braking system in both the front and rear of my 06 Colorado I5 Z71 4x4. New rear drums and shoes, new hubs with integrated abs sensors, front calipers and pads, new rotors up front. The only thing they didn't replace up front was the hoses. Today I...
  6. How To: Diagnose and Repair an "ABS FAULT"

    How-To: Chassis & Suspension
    Disclaimer The community here at 355nation.net urges you to please use caution and seek professional assistance when performing modifications to your vehicle. Before attempting any modification it is advised that you refer to your Colorado or Canyon service manual or contact a certified mechanic...
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