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Car will go forward but will stop like when itís in all wheel drive

 
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Old 06-25-2019, 08:31 PM
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Default Car will go forward but will stop like when itís in all wheel drive

Had wheel bearing issues so decided To change both front wheel bearings. When I was done I want to take it for a test drive and I made about 100 feet out of my driveway in the car will not go forward anymore and that DCS code keeps coming up and ABS brake light is on WTF??
 
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Default Car wonít move forward

But when I turn the DSC for the all wheel drive off it works. What is going on?
 
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The DSC in not "for the 4 wheel drive". It's constantly in All Wheel Drive, lol.

DSC is =




ACTIVE SAFETY TECHNOLOGY(HELPING PREVENT ACCIDENTS)

DSC/TCS(DYNAMIC STABILITY CONTROL SYSTEM AND TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM)


The Dynamic Stability Control system (DSC) automatically takes control of the vehicle when skidding is detected.
The system guards against skidding by optimally controlling engine output and the braking force applied to each wheel through the combined control of the 4-wheel antilock braking system and the Traction Control System (TCS). This helps the vehicle maintain stability even in situations such as when cornering on slippery roads or when steering suddenly to avoid hazards.

For example, if the car understeers and tends towards the outside of a corner, the systems suppresses skidding of the front wheels by dropping engine output and applying brakes to the inside wheels. Conversely, if the vehicle oversteers and tends toward the inside of a curve, the system applies braking to the outside wheels, thus suppressing skidding of the rear wheels.

So in changing your front bearings, what did you damage, mess up or forget to/or incorrectly hook back up?
 
 
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