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Brake problems 2000 jeep cherokee

The abs light is coming on in my 2000 jeep cherokee, also sometimes the brake light comes on then goes out. What could this be? speed sensors?

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This vehicle has three sensors two front and one on the rear end this sounds like most of your problems but have all your brakes checked .thank for your question

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