Question about 1992 Buick LeSabre
My ABS light came on the other day and won't go off. Usually, when the red brake light comes on, it just means that I need to add more brake fluid or my emergency brake is engaged. This is an orange ABS light so I know it's not my brake fluid or my emergency brake. So... What can I do before taking it to a shop?
You can take it to autozone they will check it for free and tell you what the problem is and which sensor and which wheel its on ...that way a shop cant tell you you need other parts you dont need. hopes this helps.........
Posted on Dec 10, 2008
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