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So driving home from work and the service stabilitrak warning came on along with the transmission light. Seems to shift fine but runs a little rough in idle. Any thoughts?

I'm suspecting a wheel speed sensor or wheel bearing issue.
 

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So driving home from work and the service stabilitrak warning came on along with the transmission light. Seems to shift fine but runs a little rough in idle. Any thoughts?

I'm suspecting a wheel speed sensor or wheel bearing issue.

I would have the code(s) pulled before I started any work on the car. Some scanners cannot pull GM transmission codes.
 

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I would have the code(s) pulled before I started any work on the car. Some scanners cannot pull GM transmission codes.
I'm getting it looked at Monday by the stealership. I ordered a code reader so that i'll have it in the future.
 

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I would have the code(s) pulled before I started any work on the car. Some scanners cannot pull GM transmission codes.
Also, considering I hit a transition point on the express way a couple weeks ago that hit hard enough to bend a rim, im going to go ahead and assume its that wheel bearing giving me issues. Michigan road crews suck, when they replace pavement they dont make sure where the old pavement and new pavement meet is even.
 

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1 fried spark plug, 1 fried ignition coil, and several low voltage warnings later (off of a new battery) and im out the door. Glad I didn't replace the wheel bearing.
 
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