Nothing to do with the "TRAC OFF" light, but my daughter has an 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE, and her car did the same thing and what we found out was that the fuel pump, that was located in the gas tank, was bad. Bought another one and installed it and it works fine now.
The TRAC OFF light is usually caused by a problem in the ABS system. See the link TRAC OFF DESCRIPTION link below for more info.- TechJK -------------
Wheel speed sensor. have the ABS scaned
It is most likely your wheel bearing, there is a speed sensor in side of it.
I am still waiting for the answer u cant reset the abs light u have to take it to the shop, if your abs light is on there is something wrong with your trac system
is the trac align light mean
You can turn the traction control on and off. If the light is on, then it is turned off or there is a problem. Read your owner's manual.
The "trac" button is for traction control. By default, traction control is always on unless you turn it off.
There should be a trac off button on the stearing wheel, when it is pushed to the off position, it makes the light come on. If it is set on the stearing wheel only when there is a issue with your tires should it come on. (Like if you going over very bumpy grounds)
No, there are 5 options available. 2x2 or 4x4: * Selec-trac * Quadra-trac I * Quadra-trac II * Quadra-Drive
When it says, "low trac" that just means you are on very grassy ground, or on ice or snow... It's proven that there's nothing to worry about. Just pray for better weather if it's snow.
It is to the left of your hazard lights button on the center of the console.
change your wheel hub or control arm
If one tire is larger than the other or one tire is more worn than the other, yes, it can cause the traction light to come on.
It is the front wheel drive traction control light. When your tires spin on wet roads the traction control helps regain your tires grip on pavement. Find the button and push it. The "trac off" light will go off and it will show "traction active" only when the system is in use. Note that you cant do a burn out with traction control "on". :)
Yes, if everything is working properly.
You need a new front wheel bearing. Hook up to a computer to see which side it is. Alternative method is to wait until the light goes off and turn sharply both to the right and left if it cuts on in both directions you need both, otherwise it is the on the side that causes the light to come on.
Problem with the ABS.
Don't know about the "trac off" light, but the "service engine soon" light is set by the factory to come on a set number of miles (70,000 on mine) to remind you to get a tune-up. Most people either ignore this light, or take it to a mechanic buddy that knows how to reset it. But, if your warrantee is not expired, you may invalidate it by failing to get the tune-up.
check the wires going into the rear brake assembly, those go bad, and when they do your abs and trac light stay on, to fix it replace the small pigtail piece by the rear brakes. go pontiac!
Have the ECU scanned with an OBD2 scan tool.
The electric fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank on a 2001 Ford Explorer Sport Trac