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Brake Light On Problems of Buick Rendezvous



Buick Rendezvous owners have reported 4 problems related to brake light on (under the service brakes category).

car image   Brake Light On problem of the 2003 Buick Rendezvous 1
Failure Date: 05/01/2013

The service traction system light is on, and the traction off light is on, and the anti-lock brake light is also on. I was backing up when this first happened, and now the lights all come on everytime I am in the car.

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car image   Brake Light On problem of the 2003 Buick Rendezvous 2
Failure Date: 05/27/2012

The service traction system light is on, and the traction off light is on, and the anti-lock brake light is also on. I was backing up in a parking lot when this occurred, and now the lights all come on as soon as I start the car.

car image   Brake Light On problem of the 2003 Buick Rendezvous 3
Failure Date: 03/13/2012

While driving the brakes will start to lock up and cause it hard to stop this will continue until the message comes up that the traction is off. Once the traction system disables itself the brake will work properly. If a bump is hit the brake light comes on and continually dings until you turn off the engine and restart it.

car image   Brake Light On problem of the 2003 Buick Rendezvous 4
Failure Date: 05/03/2007

This has occurred on and off since purchasing my 2003 Buick Rendezvous in January 2005. Usually occurs when outside temps are warmer, spring thru fall, not in the winter. At slow speeds ( 10 to 20 miles/hour) when braking and/or turning steering wheel while applying the brakes, a grinding/crunching noise is heard and depressing the brakes feels like you are crushing something with your feet. Brakes do not work immediately. Anti-lock brake light, service traction system light, and anti-lock brake off indicator lights all come on and stay on after the braking and noise stops. Warning lights sometimes stay on for several minutes afterwards. Just backing out of the garage can even cause this to occur. Recently I had an instance when driving at 10 to 15 miles/hour and could not stop at an intersection. Car finally came to a stop in the middle of the four-way stop after I slammed brakes to the floor. Dealership repair shop cannot never find anything wrong. Have had in for service for this three times and only error showing up was right front speed sensor malfunction but unable to duplicate problem while in for service. I left dealership and within a mile it started again. I keep driving the car but am frustrated because they cannot fix it, and pray I don't have an accident or hit a pedestrian because I cannot stop. Brakes do not have a problem at driving speeds above 40 mph.