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Old 06-07-2012, 04:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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ABS and Traction Light "on"

I have a 2000 3.8 Impala for the last year my abs and traction off light remains on all the time on my dash panel. My abs code scanner says I have a C1214 showing... I have checked the wiring to all wheel sensors and made sure they are connected. Any suggestions on what to do?? I hear these "ebcm" modules are very expensive.

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Old 06-07-2012, 08:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The wiring to the front hubs goes bad, you won't be able to tell by inspecting it. I have the part numbers handy for the replacement harnesses, but they are listed as 01-03, so I don't know for sure that they would work for your 2000. Part numbers are 10340313 right side, and 10340314 left side

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The wiring to the front hubs goes bad, you won't be able to tell by inspecting it. I have the part numbers handy for the replacement harnesses, but they are listed as 01-03, so I don't know for sure that they would work for your 2000. Part numbers are 10340313 right side, and 10340314 left side

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is this hard to do? im pretty good with my hands but far from a mechanic? i want to do this project on my 03.

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It's really not very difficult, you just have to pull the wires out of the loom as far back as you can get. Remember to seal your splice connections very well too.

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