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ABS BRAKE LAMP STAYS ON-1996 Chevy Blazer

4.3 Engine
2 W/D
Auto Trans


Upon starting the vehicle, the ABS lamp turns off but 1/2 second later comes back on and stays on.
I cleaned the tone rings but still have lamp on condition upon all restarts of the engine.

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I put on new front pads and now my abs keeps coming on every time i apply the brakes, any ideas out there ?

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If you havent hooked a dagnostic machine up to it you need to and write down the code. any automotive place can tell you what the code means. if you have fixed the problem the code simply needs to be deleted, any automotie place can delete it for you, but reading and deleting abs codes requires an abs diagnostic tool only, A normal diagnostic tool will not work. I hope this helps you out.

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WITHOUT TECH 1® OR T-100®

Do not place your foot on the brake pedal through this entire procedure unless specifically instructed to do so.
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See Figure 3
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Fig. Fig. 3: ABS hydraulic modulator/master cylinder bleeder locations

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