Question about 1995 Land Rover Discovery
I just recently got a new tire on my rear rigth side. (my first time driving since i got it changed) My ABS light came on and my rear right tire refuses to move. When I got the tire changed it was in -30 degree celsius weather and today it was only -12 degree celcuis weather. What can i do to get my tire working again.
Rear wheel bearing has collapsed.... Replace it iced brakes won't put the ABS light on. Dead bearing will!!!!
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Sounds like you have a problem here,big time .Sorry to scare you but it sounds like your brakes have frozen with moisture where you have parked with the handbrake on in sub zero temperatures.You will need to either put a commercial blow heater in front of it or try to drag it inside a heated garage.
Posted on Feb 01, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Have you changed anything recently? This is related to the ABS module and PCM mismatching. Have you replaced a tire recently or rims or brakes? If you have different sized tires on the front than you do on the rear it will throw this code, causing the ABS light to come on
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