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2002 Chevy venture indicator trouble

Very cold & snowy this morning, had to brake hard, ABS grinding noise heard. After stopping and restarting vehicle both Ebrake indicator and another unrecgnised light came on, stayed on Brake, ABS, or steering problem?

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  • Car Fixer May 11, 2010

    Sounds like an ABS sensor to me. If you don't have the means to diagnose the problem yourself take it to a qualified, trusted technician. Properly functioning brakes are very important!

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Try disconnecting your battery for about 30 sec to reset the ABS computer. You probly have a trouble code stored in the ABS computer and the lights are letting you know there was a problem. If the light stays on after you reset computer then you will have to pull code to troubleshoot problem.

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