Question about 2000 Volkswagen Passat 4Motion
I replaced my rear brake pads now the ABS light doesnt want to go out help please
Check brake fluid level first and foremost- top off as necessary.
1. Start with checking if sensor was reconnected - sometimes they will not seat properly. - were the sensor wires damaged during/after install.
2. Now in all VAG products I have owned with ABS the manual states that you need to perform a raod teat with at least 1 ABS event i.e. go on a gravel road or grassy area or if its icy/snowy just hit the breaks. This should set the ABS for normal operation.
The fact that you have an ABS light on tells me that you have a connector/sensor problem.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
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