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Abs breaks My abs breaks come on randomly. I will be stopping (in normal conditions) the sound of the brake pumping can be hear and the light comes on. I just had the front bearings replaced and it's still happening. The rotators and pads are fine. I drive a Buick century.

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Generally speaking, if that condition happens while braking coming to a stop under maybe 5--10 mph it indicates a wheel speed sensor is no good or a bad connection. if the front wheel bearings have sensors inside them they should be ok. there are sensors at both rear wheels as well. the true diagnosis is to have the abs module scanned for codes and that just may point you to that particular wheel to address.

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