The vehicle has a vehicle stability enhancement system called StabiliTrak. It is an advanced computer controlled system that assists with directional control of the vehicle in difficult driving conditions.
StabiliTrak activates when the computer senses a difference between the intended path, and the direction the vehicle is actually traveling. StabiliTrak selectively applies braking pressure at any one of the vehicle's brakes to help steer the vehicle in the intended direction.
StabiliTrak is on automatically whenever the vehicle is started. To assist with directional control of the vehicle, the system should always be left on.
When the stability control system activates, flashes on in the instrument cluster. This also occurs when traction control is activated.
A noise may be heard or vibration may be felt in the brake pedal. This is normal. Continue to steer the vehicle in the intended direction.
If there is a problem detected with StabiliTrak, SERVICE STABILITRAK is displayed on the Driver Information Center (DIC). When this message is displayed and/or comes on and stays on, the vehicle is safe to drive but the system is not operational.
Driving should be adjusted accordingly.
If comes on and stays on, reset
1. Stop the vehicle.
2. Turn the engine off and wait 15 seconds.
3. Start the engine.
If still comes on and stays on at a speed above 20 km/h (13 mph), see your dealer for service.
is on the console.
StabiliTrak Off Light
TCS Off Light
StabiliTrak can be turned off if needed by pressing and holding until and come on in the instrument cluster. When StabiliTrak is turned off, the system will not assist with directional control of the vehicle or limit wheel spin. Driving should be adjusted accordingly.
Press and release again to turn the system back on.
If cruise control is being used when StabiliTrak activates, cruise control will automatically disengage. Press the cruise control button to reengage when road conditions allow.
Moveable Window Schematics
Defogger Schematics Window System Component Views Window Systems Component Views ...
Frequency interference and static can occur during normal radio reception if items such as phone chargers, vehicle convenience accessories, and external electronic devices are plugged into the accessory power outlet. If there is interference or static, unplug the item from the accessory power ...
Position the front end upper tie bar (1) on the vehicle. Verify the fit of the front end upper tie bar. Clamp the front end upper tie bar into position. Braze accordingly. Braze accordingly. Grind down weld seams as needed for related panels and components. Clean a ...