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I have a 2010 Canyon SLE 2.9 lt. I've owned it for approx 3 yrs, has 122k mileage on it. Within the past 3 months when I start the engine I get messages on digital display saying "low tire", check stability control, and check traction control" I have taken it to a dealership and all I can get out of them was this is a problem that the 08-10 models had, but for $1500.00 they can fix the issue. I have had Autozone attempt to clear the messages but they tell me its a dealership thing. Everything works great on the truck no braking or traction issues. Anybody have any ideas what it might be causing these messages?

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What exactly are they fixing or replacing for $1500? Could be a few things wrong from a bad wheel speed/abs sensor to a bad EBCM.

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Did AutoZone tell you if there were any codes set and if so, what they were? The codes make it a lot easier to locate problem areas.

Are the applicable lights, in the instrument cluster, coming on when the messages are displayed?

GM has published a PI (Preliminary Information) Bulletin regarding the StabiliTrak Message. The message number is PI 10639D and it is applicable to the 2007-2012 Colorados/Canyons. The information is from AllData. I couldn't find a link to it online. The Dealer should be able to provide you a copy. The corrective action involves cleaning and lubing the steering wheel position sensor connector. The labor time allotted to accomplish this action is 0.1-0.3 hour. 20 Minutes does not equate to $1500.

That is the only GM information that I could find regarding your issue, but that doesn't mean that there isn't any more. Maybe you could press the Dealer to give you more details about what they would do to correct your issue.
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