Question about 1999 Chrysler Sebring
Just bought a 99 Sebring Lxi. the trac off light is lit and will not turn off using the button. Also the ABS light is on and braking is harder than it should be. Are the two lights related? Is there an easy fix?
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To answer your question, yes they are related. Either your ABS system is malfunctioning, you need to replace your brake pads or the vacuum booster is leaking.
Do you hear a hissing sound under the hood? If so it might be the vacuum booster. Does the engine run rough when you apply the brakes? That can indicate the same problem. Let me know what you find.
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