I have a 2002 buick rendezvous with 62000 miles. I recently had a problem on making right turns and applying brakes, the brake pedal used to pulsate. I took it to the mechanic and was advised to replace the right front side hub bearing. After replacing the hub bearing, the problem re-occurred with in two weeks and the hub bearing was replaced again under warranty by the repair shop. But after a month again I started getting the same problem, the brake pedal pulsate on right turns and sometimes while applying brakes on even minor bumps too.
I also get now "Service Traction System" light with Anti-Lock and Trac off lights". I believe it turned off both the traction and the abs. I could feel the traction working and the brakes would pulsate. This now happens on any speed. The problem persists and the light continues to come on. I also wonder was the diagnosis for this issue was right or not? As the same problem still persists even after two times hub bearing was replaced. Kindly advise what else could be wrong? Thanks.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, August 15th, 2007 AT 8:42 PM