OK, so it took almost 134,000 miles (from brand new) to be “infected” by this, but it just happened to my Nox going my usual 75 mph on I-95 in clear weather. Got the message in the DIC and the two amber icons in the cluster. As I was rolling along it would disappear then reappear. I tried toggling the Traction Control button to see if that had any effect, but no. And then the next morning, there it was again ... so it’s real. I think I was witnessing the slow death of a Sensor real-time, right?
So I won’t be doing anything about this anytime soon - except ignoring it - due to the extremely poor timing of it (but that’s par for the course, right)?
I don’t *think* this will be an issue. After all, no Check Engine light, and I don’t *need* these things. They’re just “nice to have” things (when they not failing).
But they sure *make* it look like you’re in Dire Straights with all the lights and messages. Overkill, IMO...
One question though - how do you know which Sensor is failing? And is this the one integral to the hub or is it independent? I guess I need to do some (re) reading .... huh?
2011 Equinox 1LT (new Jan 2011): Summit White / 3.0 L V6 / FWD / Pioneer Stereo / 18" Wheels / 131.6k miles [14-JUN-2019]
2002 Impala 1LT (new Jun 2002): Summit White / 3.4 L V6 / FWD / Cassette-CD Combo /222.5k miles [13-JUN-2019]
Last edited by Colt Hero; 08-31-2019 at 09:40 AM.