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April 4th, 2012, 1:25 PM   #1  
stabilitrak and tracation control problem

Dear Friends,

I have chovey tahoe 2008 LTZ and i have problem with stabilitrak and tracation control both are truning off and making DTC light on then the car getting so heavy and the power of the engin will reduce right away so please some 1 can help plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.


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April 4th, 2012, 1:45 PM   #2  
Okay, I apologize in advance, but this is just too funny...

1. What the hell is a "Chovey"?
2. "I" is capitalized when you mean yourself. As in "I don't know grammar".
3. I was unaware these vehicles came with Air Traffic Control lights.
4. Perhaps all that air traffic landing on your vehicle is why it's so heavy. I suggest removing some airplanes and trying again.
5. Cars no longer use "engin"s. They do however generally contain engines.

 
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April 4th, 2012, 2:11 PM   #3  
look if do not know wat the problem is get busy with your problem ok

 
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April 4th, 2012, 2:41 PM   #4  
I believe the problem may be your inability to write an actual intelligible sentence.

Have you tried disconnecting the battery for 10 min to reset the computer?


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April 4th, 2012, 2:57 PM   #5  
yes i have tried so many times not just for 10 mins but for hours but still the same the msg on the dash screen is stabilitrak off and tracation control off.

 
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April 4th, 2012, 4:56 PM   #6  
Posted By: SabrToothSqrl I believe the problem may be your inability to write an actual intelligible sentence.
Maybe you should check the poster's country of origin before attempting to correct the valiant attempt to convey an idea in a foreign (to them) language.

Maybe you can continue your rant in Farsi or another Middle East language.


harem: Welcome to the forum.

Did you check the pushbutton at the bottom of the center stack that turns it off?


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April 5th, 2012, 3:56 AM   #7  
yes dear but when it comes to the stuation that button wont work at all

 
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April 5th, 2012, 11:37 AM   #8  
Your problem is in powertrain electronics somewhere. It's unlikely you'll get anywhere without scanning for DTCs and associated freeze frames. At a minimum, get the engine control and transmission control modules scanned.

 
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April 5th, 2012, 11:42 AM   #9  
Hello harem,

Welcome to the Chevrolet Forums. Sorry about the

language barrier, but American English is a difficult

medium, even for natives.

My response is, unfortunately, predictable. Because I see far

too many people with 4-year-old vehicles coming up with

electrical problems. Get back to basics. Check your charging

system. Test your battery. BE SURE(ascertain?) you have

corrosion free battery connections. Double-check your

battery post-bolts, terminals, and primary wires(red and black) for

green or white corrosion. All wires should be bright, clean,copper.

Inspect your engine to firewall ground strap.

Many times, what is really happening when a system goes

a little haywire, is wire corrosion is denying electric current

a path back to ground or the negative side of the battery,

and for some unknown reason, at low voltage,(i.e., 12V) these

corroded ground paths effect different systems on the vehicle

more severely.

P.S.-Be sure to try our "thread search" feature. Many FAQs

have already been answered for you , and await you in our archives.

A Tahoe is a fine truck. Congratulations.


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