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Suzuki XL7: I have a 2007 XL7 and have been to a couple of

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I have a 2007 XL7 and have been to a couple of mechanics and getting different answers regarding my SUV. I originally brought it in because the traction control light is flashing. When I brought it in I was told the right front wheel bearing/sipped sensor was no good and need to be replaced. I then brought it to a different mechanic who did the work on the right front wheel bearing. After completing the work he said the light would not go off because the front left also needed to be done. This was never brought up as an issue from the first mechanic I went to. Is replacing this supposed to fix the traction control light? Is this a common issue with this vehicle? The car has a little over 90k miles on it. Also, we hauled our boat with it last weekend and after towing the boat we noticed it would start to chug after the boat was off of the car. It would do this quickly at about 18k RPM's. you would see the RPM's jump and feel the car jerk. Does this have anything to do with the wheel bearing/speed sensor or is this a separate issue? If so what is causing this?
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Chris (aka-Moose) replied 3 years ago.

Hello, I'm Chris. Thanks for visiting Just Answer.

 

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