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Confused about service traction action and check engine on the display.

badbiznizzbadbiznizz Posts: 1
edited December 2014 in Chevrolet
I have a 2009 Chevy impala with over 100,000 miles. lt that shows service traction action and check engine on the display. Today I was driving down the freeway and engine disabled check throttle displayed soon after my car shut off (in traffic) on a freeway with my grandkids. I waited for 2 min, the car started. Ive read several post concerning these same issues.What is this and what can I do to get this taken care of? Anyone Please!

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 104,425

    I have a 2009 Chevy impala with over 100,000 miles. lt that shows service traction action and check engine on the display. Today I was driving down the freeway and engine disabled check throttle displayed soon after my car shut off (in traffic) on a freeway with my grandkids. I waited for 2 min, the car started. Ive read several post concerning these same issues.What is this and what can I do to get this taken care of? Anyone Please!


    Your car's computer is telling you that a sensor has detected a malfunction in the driveline, and that you need to have it serviced by a technician, right away.

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