Question about 2002 Isuzu Axiom
I have an Isuzu Axiom 2002, the problem with the ABS is more than my mechanic and I can figure out. The computer gave the mechanic a code of flashing 71, I have experienced the brake failing when acclerating the vehicle to 10 or 20 mph the brake makes a funny noise and vibrates, if you put your foot on the brake pedal it's hard like it was locked. Help!
I have the same problem haven't check codes but did you ever figure it out?
Posted on Feb 28, 2014
Sounds like the air gap at the sensor is wrong with one or more sensors check air gap should all be exactly the same cheers steve
Posted on Jul 16, 2013
CODE 71 refers to: The Sensing Diagnostic Module.
The SDM contains a sensing device which converts vehicle velocity change to an electrical signal. The electrical signal generated is processed by the SDM and then compared to a value stored in memory. When the generated signal exceeds the stored value, the SDM will cause current to flow through the air bag assembly deploying the air bags.
I think based on the code and your mechanics ability to locate this easily found data you may want to get a second opinion this is not a item I would want you to try and rectify in the driveway.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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