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My antilock & brake light on on and I got error code c1246 brake lining wear circuit open. Any ideas on how to fix the problem?

The car seems to stop fine, but the brakes will lock. It will not pass smog with the lights on, so I need to figure out what to replace to fix the problem.

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SOURCE: 1999 Alero anti lock brake light

u can have the light scanned by autozone free of charge. Also in new york state the anti lock system is not part of inspection and can not be a failable issue. Ofcourse your state may be differant. Also the abs light will not turn on for brake pads.. Most common on the olds alero is a bad wheel bearing. The abs sensor is built into all the wheel bearings. The code that u can get out of the car will even tell you what wheel it is that is causing he light to come on. Unless ofcourse its not a wheel bearing and its a internal abs system issue. Let me know what the code is and I will try to get you a pinpoint place to look....

Posted on Aug 29, 2008

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SOURCE: trac off and antilock lights are on

If ur lights are both comming on u have a bad connection at the wheel my alero had a bad wheel bearing that actually caused so much heat and friction it burnt the connector at the hub assembly behind ur caliper. check the connection there uif it grinds while u drive or break change the wheel bearing all lights and grinding will stop.

Posted on Dec 09, 2008

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SOURCE: anti lock brake light

abs relay some times go bad

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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SOURCE: passenger side brake is wearing super fast caliper

As strange as it may sound the problem is on the driver's side. That caliper is seized. If you check the pads will be almost new on that side compared to the passenger side. That caliper must be replaced and new pads installed on both sides. However, I've never had much luck changing one caliper, usually within a month or so I have to go back and do the other one. You may want to consider that option, calipers aren't that expensive. Hope this helps.

Posted on Aug 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2001 Alero - anti-lock brake light warning light

no reset button.have the car anti-lock brake system scanned.to check code.because when anti - lock brake light come on.it can be many things.like faulty wheel sensor.faulty relay or the anti - brake unit low on brake fluid or the abs unit faulty.

Posted on Nov 29, 2009

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The system relay, located within the electronic brake control module (EBCM), supplies battery voltage to all of the valve solenoids and to the Antilock Brake System (ABS) pump motor. When the relay contacts close, the EBCM monitors the voltage supplied to the valve solenoids and compares this voltage to monitored ignition voltage.
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Check all the brakes and there are lots of wear left in them, it seems that once in a while when applying the brakes it feels as if the antilock system is engaged, this is getting more and more common, as...


The wear on the pads has nothing to do with the A.B.S.system.If they are worn it will not make the A.B.S system come on.You probably have a bad sensor or wiring problem.You can check for codes but it will not always leave a code if the light is not coming on.The bast way to check this is with a scan tool while driving.This will help in finding out which sensor is causing the problem.Hope this helps.Good luck.

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1988 bmw 325is has brake lining and antilock brake light on also my inspection light is yellow i was told these were new brakes done himself


Generally the brake lining and ABS lights operate independently. Brake linings light will illuminate when there is a circuit to earth through the sensor leads. This is either worn out brakes or a faulty sensor but you'll need to get the wheels off to see.
The ABS light will require a fault code read to work out what the fault is.
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Something as simple as a different tire size can cause the abs to go nuts. I even had it where the two tires were the same size. But a different brand name. Each manufacture has their own tire sizing so not all tires a equal in size. Even though it says on the side of the tire that they are the same size.

Sometimes the cooper inside the insulation of the wires going to the sensors corrodes. Especially on the front units. It reads more ohms than normal but not open and is very intermittent. However moving the wires my make it work for a while. That's why replacing bearings seems to fix the problem but it comes back after a while.

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Rear sensor specs:
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Here is some information from service bulletins that could be related to the problem. The traction control, antilock brakes, and tire inflation monitor all use wheel speed sensor input.

This first bulletin seems like it could be the problem because engine movement is involved:

GM Corporate Bulletin 00-06-04-049B
This Bulletin covers a problem that can cause multiple failures, one of which is an Antilock brake problem, and covers 2000-2003 Impala and Monte Carlo built prior to 2/03.
Check to make sure the wiring harness adjacent to the AC accumulator/dryer is not rubbing against the ac accumulator chaffing through the insulation of the wires in the harness.

GM Corporate Bulletin 03-05-25-008 overview:
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