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    Hello everyone, this is my first "post", I am not mechanical and don't know much about my own car. With that being said I don't know why my Caliber losses almost all power when what I think is the traction sign comes on and it's doing it a lot lately. How do I disable it or fix it? Thank y'all!

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    Is the traction loss sign coming on when you are on snow?

    I'm not sure as my caliber only has ABS it does not have Traction control.

    Is yours an Awd model?

    Maybe it's time for new tires?

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    Can you take a pick of your cluster of the lights that are displayed? I'm wondering if you have a throttle body issue, or possibly the damaged wires under the battery tray.

    Glenn
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