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ABS problem every time I step on the brake on the bumpy road, ABS light comes on and start acting up by making vibrated noise and brake pedal actually pushes back towards me, which I can not be able to stop immediately. I almost hit cars in front of me many times. Mechanics were not able to detect ABS problem. They said it might be the ABS control unit. Please help! Thank you for your support.

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IF YOUR WHEELS ARE CLEARING THE GROUND A BRIEF SECOND THE ABS WILL ACTIVATE THE FEELING YOU HAVE IN THE BRAKE PEDAL IS NORMAL

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