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My break lights are staying on or flickering when driving?

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Your abs and traction control lights should only come on when you start to slide while breaking(ABS), and when your wheels spin in place when excelerating(TC). If those 2 things don't happen, which with some people they never do, you should never see the lights come on. Only when those mechanisms are in use do the lights come on. And they will always flicker as that is what abs and tc are, intermitant surges to break up the constant. ABS does this for obvious reasons...anti lock break, so when you slide, the abs "taps" the breaks in short bursts so they don't lock up. TC "taps" the exclelrator when it slips. Those "taps" are what trigger the lights on your dash, which is why they flicker and don't stay on.

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Dear Sir>
Please see the schematic attached, proceed with logic system for troubleshooting and fix it. Look for loose connection, corrosion, dirty, dust, vibration, burn or break wires, defective relais or pump.
God bless you
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