Q: ESC lights coming on.

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Two ESC lights are on.

I would ask for help from a mechanic with a scan tool who can read what codes are in the vehicle’s computer. These will tell him where to start the diagnosis on your vehicle. The ESC light signals that there is a problem with the Electronic Stability Control system in your vehicle.

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