(Woodbridge Ontario, Canada)
I purchase a 2003 Ani coupe from the original owner who stored it in a heated garage with 28,000 kilometers ( 18,000 miles)
We had a mild Dec. here in southern Ontario so I drove the car for a couple day before storing it.
The traction control, ABS light came on C1233 and now I am at a dead end.
What I did,
The corvette shop tested the r/f wheel sensor and even install a new hub bearing , prior to that we ohmed out all the wiring harness and clean all connectors.
We swap the right and left hub bearings still same code , we swap the left and right wiring harness same code C1233.
The Electronic shop only repairs EBCM code C1214, but the electronic repair shop suggested the EBCM goes to their USA facility and if they find a issue they would repair it and if they don't there would only be a handling charge.
The EBCM was repaired and reinstall on Dec. 22 drove the car with the Tech 2 scanner and the TC ABS light came on at 30K, The same code C1233 came back and now have code C1277??
Has anyone encountered this situation?
Any suggestion may help.
Woodbridge Ontario Canada
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