Question about 1995 Chrysler LeBaron
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Obviously a time for a brake checkover, but if the weather there is snowy & slushy, then perhaps a trip to a carwash & spraying as best as you can behind the wheels, may clean out some debris that may be making one or more of your sensors trip. Not too sure how experienced you are at these type of repairs, as I suspect one or more of your ABS sensors is dirty or faulty, it may be wise to have them checked for safety sake. Be aware that when light is on,ABS may not work, and could allow one or more wheels to lock up when hitting brakes hard in an emergency stop like situation.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
There are many parts involved in the ABS system. You will need access to a scan tool to find out the fault code and go from there. It could be a wheel sensor or circuit, communications failure, system undervoltage, the list goes on and on.
Posted on May 21, 2009
I would look at the alternator. I had a grand am that would do that to me, even with a brand new battery. The alternator output wasn't able to run the vehicle and charge the battery. Alternators are picky things, especially being in Canada (which I assume from the KM), the hot and cold cycles don't play nicely with the brushes and core. I'd have the alternator checked and replaced if needed.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
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