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Abs and power steering

Abs and brake light is on.
I dont'have communication with abs system (snap-on solus pro)
It gave me code ( u 01400) have you seen this ?

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  • Anonymous Jan 21, 2009

    I had that problem last year, so in March, I brough the car in and needed bran new wheel bearing, (cost me $1200.00 in the end). The thing is, as soon as it snowed again this year, the lights all came back on again. It's only been 9 months since I bought new bearing. Someone said something like, there is a switch or something that freezes and pops out, which can cause the lights to all come on. I am just worried, that I am going to get ripped off by a repair shop.

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd May 11, 2010

    a code U0140 yes - lost communication with body module .

    a U01400 no , too many numbers.

    J5


  • Anonymous Mar 13, 2014

    it says braking system faulty then flashes abs faulty then power steering faulty on 2009 207

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Hey check wheel bearings. I was told that this is a sign that they are going bad. or there is a wire runs to the back of the wheel that may short out.

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