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    Hi, I have a 99 Lumina and a Blue "low track" light comes on when I brake. Does anyone know what this means?
    Also, where can I get another keyless entry controller (I guess that's what it's called)

    Thanks for any help.

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    Re: Low Track?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99Lum
    Hi, I have a 99 Lumina and a Blue "low track" light comes on when I brake. Does anyone know what this means?
    Also, where can I get another keyless entry controller (I guess that's what it's called)

    Thanks for any help.
    You might get more responses in the tech section. I would guess you have a bad wheel bearing. When you have a bad wheel bearing it can reak havoc on the sensors that illuminate the abs and traction control lights.

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    Re: Low Track?

    Is it "Low track", or "Low Trac"? I have the "Low Trac" light in my Intrigue, and it comes on when the wheel speed sensors detect a low traction situation, which would either engage traction control or anti-lock brakes, depending on what you are doing.

    It can come on even on dry pavement if you are braking fairly hard and hit a bump that causes a quick loss of traction.

    Does it seem to be coming on during these situations? If it's on all the time, then you may have a wheel speed sensor bad.

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