I also have been receiving an intermmittent service traction control, abs,
active handling message in my car lately. When I pulled the codes from
the DIC I got a C1214h. Since I don't know what a sol valve relay contact
or coil ckt open is and I don't where to find it I guess it's off to the dealer
But I have a question, when I start the car and the service message is
there I guess that is a active code but when I restart the car and the
message goes away does that make that code a history code?
I believe the only thing that makes it a "history code" is when it is reset. Mine does the same thing, I think that is built in so you can use the dice, after you have acknowledged the first service code message.
http://forums.corvetteforum.com/showthread.php?t=896875&highlight=grounds+g101+g102This code comes up every 4 days, dealer says they can find nothing wrong. Anyone have any ideas?
Nice link c5y2k. About 8 mos. ago I would be driving down the highway and all hell would break loose with codes like service active handling messages etc. The car would eventually go into reduced engine power. I found that it was the grounds behind the headlights causing the problem. They were corroded. I wire brushed and cleaned the grounds and never saw another code. On a C1286 because of it's location, I would pull the plug on the steering sensor first and check the condition of the contacts as well as all the chassis grounds. c4c5specialist can probably let us know what kind of voltage we should be seeing also. Maybe he will chime in.