Question about Dodge Ram 3500
No brake lights or turn signals on 2002 dodge ram
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I would still be suspect of the ABS module. Had the same thing happen on an 01 Tahoe.
Search the web for an ABS repair facility located in Russia, IA. They repair the module for $150.00 and give a 5 year warranty, which you can't get from the factory.
And, their website has troubleshooting guides to help you determine if for certain the module is bad or has a probelm.
You can remove the module and continue to drive the vehicle. Their turn around is as they state, and once I had them make the repiars, my Tahoe has been up and running great!
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
Does the speedometer work? Out might have a bad speed sensor in the rear axle. Did you have it scanned for codes?
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
Did you lift the truck at all? What I found with mine is that the abs sensor lines are too short and once they get pulled it gives the female to male connection a bad connection thus the light stays on. Is your abs system activating when trying to brake? The bad connection could be the problem. Why did you replace both abs sensor lines?
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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