So you don't think that it is just a bad module? I have never had ESC before, so I have no idea how it should work. The car bucked on me several times along with not seeming to build up enough pressure to get itself going. I literally went down the hill a bit to try to give it more juice, but there was a limit to what I could do, since there were cars coming in the other direction. The car was swaying from hide to side. The the snow was soft, and I feel that the tires should have gone through it, since I had less problems with my 95 Infiniti that had 14 inch wheels. I feel like they are not going to admit that there is a trans problem, and I don't know what to do. It is snowing badly out. I have to work tomorrow, they are an hours drive, and I am really concerned about driving the car in this weather? My understanding is that if you turn off the ESC the antilock and traction control should still be working. I opened up the hood after I parked. I heard a kind of beating or clicking sound under the hood that did not sound natural to me, but I am not used to that car. I am the second owner and I did get bumper to bumper 100K ins. I don't think returning it is an option or are they responsible to let me return the car if the transmission is bad?
have the same problem?
Saturday, December 4th, 2010 AT 6:28 AM