I indicated in a post last March that I was having difficulty getting a problem with a SERVICE TRACTION CONTROL message on my 2008 Saturn Outlook resolved. Thanks to the efforts of a very dedicated and determined technician at the Hertrich GMC Buick dealership here in Seaford, Delaware where I live, the problem finally got resolved. The technician, Doug, used a electrical schematic for my vehicle to run new wires from the computer module that controls this function to the senors in the rear wheels. There apparently was a problem with the original wiring somewhere between those two points. I have put well over a thousand miles on my vehicle since the work was done and have not had any further problems. Did have a water pump problem at approx. 79,000 miles which was detected by Doug at the same time, but, thankfully, that was covered by the GM recall on Outlook water pumps. I had to replace the battery in my vehicle this week. The battery was over 5 years old. I was going to replace it myself until, after watching a YouTube video, I discovered that the battery in the Outlook is in floor behind the front passenger seat. The compartment where the battery is located was half full of liquid and I was concerned about acid exposure. Was surprised that there wasn't some sort of drainage system with the battery being inside the vehicle. I understand that AC Delco batteries have a tendency to overflow when they approach the 5 year mark. Had the battery replaced at WALMART for $109.00 which includes a five year warrenty (3 year replacement and prorated the last two years). Hoping to drive my Outlook for several more years. I really like the handling and ride of Outlook and it handles my camper very well.