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My battery light abs light aare all on and blinking is this my alternator
If your dash lights are blinking and even when you turn the headlights do as well ,the alternator has a problem and possible on the regulator and the brushes as well. Ask your electrician to do the alternator check up before he removes it to confirm the fault first.
Posted on Oct 31, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the dash on drivers side is the black box for the security system. If you look on the box there is a little red button. Push the button for a couple of secounds and it will click and stop your marker lights and dash lights from flashing. It is a stock anti theft part of the security system. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
Check to make sure that there's power from the alternator to the battery on the charge-back wire. If nothing's there, then your alternator is junk and you'll have to replace it again.
Posted on May 21, 2009
yes it's most likely a alternator problem,usually the internal diode bridge breaks causing all lights you mentioned to come on,if this happens at a idle open the hood and remove green connector on alt.if lights go out you've found the problem
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
It indicates that something is bad with your ABS subsystem.
First, did you have a wheel bearing, brakes, shocks .... replaced recently on your vehicule. If yes, maybe the wiring of one of the ABS wheel sensor has been diconnected and not reconnected, or damaged during the repair. Anyway, you should check first the ABS sensor wiring and connectors condition at each of your wheels. Make sure the connections are good.
If the problem is not found at this step, it will require a more in depth investigation by your dealer or a specialized shop.
Don't be afraid, in all the cases your basic vehicule brake system will stay fully operational. However, the added functionnalities brought by your ABS subsystem can be affected or desactivated until the problem is fixed.
If it's generating unusual noise or unusual driving feeling or unstability when breaking you can remove the ABS fuse and it will desactivate entirely The ABS subsystem.
Just take additional care driving on wet or iced road.
Hope it will help
Posted on Dec 24, 2009
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