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, on the 2000 Lincoln ls what makes the traction

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Customer: on the 2000 Lincoln ls what makes the traction control control light stay on and the abs is on too
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Lincoln
Expert:  HDGene replied 1 year ago.

Hello, the abs and traction control lights can be on for a variety of things. It could be related t a wheel speed sensor or cracked or damaged tone wheel on the rear halfshafts or at the front wheels. A diagnostic check for codes of the abs system would need to be done to know what area to specifically check.Without knowing what code(s) are stored in the abs module all you can do is a vehicle inspection of the items I mentioned to see if anything is damaged. It could be a fault with a relay for the abs module or module itself.