What does services esc mean on a Pontiac g6 gt 2008

Asked by Covil92 Oct 03, 2018 at 08:53 AM about the 2008 Pontiac G6 GT Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car didn’t start up this morning and it said
service esc traction... what doe that mean
and how can I fix it??? Is it something about
the battery???

3 Answers

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esc=electronic stability control but it won't keep the vehicle from starting. Did you try to jump it?

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I just got suckered into buying a 2010 g6 but not a gt ... anyways the esc is causing mine to throw off all modules transmission power steering traction eventually my voltage will begin to decrease and my transmission even tho ok starts to shift real hard do to the computer causing mixed signals ... there is no communication to the dash I was told .... I've narrowed it could be the bcm could be faulty wire could be the esc its self .... did you check all recalls and if they been fixed

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Im having the same problems as sara

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