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VDC, Slip, & ABS Lights

In the last couple days these 3 lights keep coming on while driving. When I turn off the truck and let it sit for a minute the lights will go off. But they keep coming back on for no apparent reason. Can you tell me what might be going on with the truck.

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  • adamhervieux Dec 07, 2008

    I have the same problem, sometimes the lights are on and sometimes they are off. My pads and rotors are fine.

  • mhaines77 May 25, 2009

    grinding in right rear pads are fine

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I had the entire brake system checked (No Problems). This is an issue with Nissan.

Posted on Sep 24, 2011

  • Richard Ruiz May 04, 2014

    It turned out my brake booster pump was bad. Nissan wanted over $1000 to replace. I found one from rockauto for around $150 and had it replaced by someone for $120. Problem solved.

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I had the same problem on my 04 titan. after several attempts, bleeding brakes, replacing brakes,they found both pressure sensors were shorting out. Hope that helps.

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I had the same problem on my 04 Titan. I needed pads and rotors, replaced them and the problem stopped.

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